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14 March 2019

Household debts grow faster than income in Canada

According to Statistics Canada, households’ debts outpaced income growth in the fourth quarter.

Seasonally adjusted household credit market debt as a share of disposable income rose to 178.5% in Q4, marking a 0.2% hike from the third quarter.

In other words, Canadian borrowers owed about $1.79 for each dollar of their disposable income.

Josh Nye, senior economist at Royal Bank, says such results reveal the difficulties consumers face today.

"We need a long period of household incomes exceeding credit growth in order to improve the debt-to-income ratio significantly," – he noted.

13 March 2019

New study about non-residents home ownership in Canada

In 2018, a Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation survey showed that 68% of Vancouverites believe foreign buyers are pushing home prices higher. A new report says it could be true.

According to the report, 19.2% of Vancouver condominiums constructed in 2016-17 are owned by at least one non-resident buyer. In case of total properties, the number goes down to 15.3%. Meanwhile, it was only 11.2% for condos built in Vancouver between 2011 and 2015. The CMHC says 10.4% of condos in British Columbia also have non-resident ownership.

However, the general results are lower with only 4.9% of Metro Vancouver homes owned by non-residents. The number of properties with at least one non-resident owner rose to 7.6% in the City of Vancouver and 6.2% across British Columbia.

12 March 2019

Some economists believe we’re one step away from recession

David Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist at Gluskin Sheff + Associates, says the Bank of Canada needs to cut interest rates, as we’re only one step away from a recession.

According to Rosenberg, the BoC has to change the rates amid the new times, otherwise it risks missing out the right moment.

“We’ve just seen two quarters in a row with negative growth in demand. In other words, if it’s not the recession yet, it’s only one step away from it”, - he said.

“What are the options in such conditions? First of all, it’s important to shift from a tightening tone to a neutral one, and it’s been done already.

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