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13 September 2018

CIBC says Canada needs to pay attention to risks from global interest rates

Canada’s government should keep a close eye on low interest rates at the global market and all the possible risks to the national economy and financial system.

“Interest rates have been extremely low for a very long time already”, - Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce CEO Victor Dodig says.

“And while such low rates helped the world rebound from 2008 crisis, now they are posing a risk to the global financial system and to Canada as well.”

Dodig pointed to several issues, including high debt level and the phenomenon of developing countries borrowing in U.S. dollars in order to finance growth amid low-interest rate environment.

“It led to unstable conditions, as equities in certain emerging markets went down significantly because of investors switching to less risky alternatives,” - the CEO noted.

“Today’s global economy is very strong,” - Dodig added. “Canada’s economy is also showing high performance.

 
12 September 2018

Canada will not agree to a bad deal in NAFTA negotiations

The U.S. and Canada kept working on finding a compromise as the countries resumed the North American Free Trade Agreement negotiation, and Ottawa says it will not agree to a bad deal.

“It’s been a very productive conversation with warm atmosphere. Both sides show a friendly approach”, - Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said after meeting U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer. “It’s a well-known fact that trade negotiations don’t end until all the issues are solved”.

Meanwhile, Lighthizer didn’t comment the situation so far.

There are several issues the two nations need to solve, including the anti-dumping dispute under Chapter 19 of the current deal, which the U.S. wants to remove and Canada wants to keep. Another topic is Canada’s protected dairy sector, which isn’t in the current deal. In addition to it, Canada wants to keep an exemption when it comes to cultural industries.

 
11 September 2018

August home prices growth may be a sign of future hikes

Last month, real estate markets across Canada reported annual home prices growth, and many believe it’s the end of the cooling period, earlier caused by the new mortgage rules. However, will this tendency go on this fall? According to one economist, it will.

“The average home price in Toronto stopped falling on a year-over-year basis. It’s back on the positive track, showing the end of a 5 months correction period”, -  RBC senior economist Robert Hogue says.

In his opinion, if you hoped for the Ontario government’s Fair Housing Plan and new mortgage rules to reduce the housing activity, you’ll be disappointed. He also adds that home sales have been growing recently as well.

 
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