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2 May 2018

How much money do Canadians owe?

A total debt amount Canadian borrowers have today reached $2-trillion. Such a number can have a significant impact on the central bank’s decision on when to raise its key lending rate next time, said the governor Stephen Poloz on Tuesday.

According to him, the “sheer amount” also should include all associated risks, but the economy is strong enough to manage them.

He says, the debt amount has been rising for 30 years already: both in absolute numbers and in comparison to the size of the economy. Today, almost $1.5 trillion of it is represented by mortgage debts.

The Bank of Canada worries about the ability of borrowers to keep paying off such large debts when interest rates start going up again, as it’s expected in the nearest future.

 
1 May 2018

Canada’s GDP was up by 0.4% in February

In February, Canadian GDP went up by 0.4% with 15 out of 20 segments reporting gains. The largest increase was seen in oil and gas sector.

According to Statistics Canada, mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction segments showed 2.4% growth. In addition to it, manufacturing, construction, finance and insurance all also reported gains.

To be more precise, February’s growth reached 0.43%, marking the largest monthly hike in nine months, says, Bank of Montreal economist Benjamin Reitzes.

It should be noted that February’s recovery followed a January’s decline by 0.1%.

“This rebound of GDP seen in February is a good sign, despite the fact that the largest driver of it was oil. The increase was in fact quite broad”, - he noted.

 
30 April 2018

Foreign investments in Canada are growing

The significant decline of foreign investments into Canadian economy last year was caused by oil and gas sector. Meanwhile, other industries keep attracting foreign capital.

According to the latest report by Statistics Canada, if we exclude oil and gas from the calculations, we’ll see that the amount of foreign direct investment (debts included) went up by 4.7% to $704 billion in 2017, marking the fastest hike in 3 years.

However, investment in the oil and gas sector was down by $16.6 billion. It’s the largest drop in 17 years.

 
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