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18 April 2018

Bank of Canada keeps the rate unchanged, but promises more rate increases

Although the central bank left its key lending rate unchanged this time, it says more rate increases are coming. However, it doesn’t specify when exactly and by how much.

Talking about gains in wage growth and inflation, the Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said the need for monetary stimulus keeps decreasing.

“That’s why we focus on determining the appropriate pace of future interest rate increases,” - Poloz noted at a news conference on Wednesday.

Here are some of the main findings from that conference.

 
17 April 2018

What to expect from the central bank’s rate meeting?

While practically no one predicts a rate increase by the central bank’s Governor Stephen Poloz, a lot of attention will be attracted to all possible hints at the time of the next rate hike, as the Bank of Canada tries to control the national economy, running up against capacity.

The recent Bloomberg poll shows that all but two of the 23 economists expect the Bank’s key lending rate to remain unchanged at 1.25%. In addition to the rate decision, the BoC will also release its quarterly forecast.

As you know, since the Bank’s January report, the economy hasn’t showed strong performance. Exports were quite low at the beginning of 2018, and the economic growth was lower than expected - economists predict a 1.7% annual gain.

It leads to weaker pressure on production capacity today than three months ago. And even this fact alone could be enough for the BoC to keep the rate.

 
16 April 2018

GTA real estate market may show traditional active spring

Homes in Toronto downtown are facing multiple buyers offers and realtors in the wider GTA report signs of higher market activity.

Although it’s not a strong heating up yet, the housing market may finally come back to the usual spring growth. As you know, last year the trend was almost unseen, as after a period of strong sales, the numbers went up sharply in March and then stopped almost in a moment.

In case of downtown conditions, agents report an interesting situation. According to them, good homes in great neighbourhoods are attracting multiple buyers offers, but they still provide a possibility to negotiate.

 
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