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13 September 2017

Ottawa keeps an eye on the rate hike consequences

The Finance Minister Bill Morneau says he is keeping a close eye on all the potential stresses a recent rate increase may have on Canadian borrowers.

The central bank has raised its key lending rate twice this year. Those decisions rose fears about certain borrowers facing significant financial problems amid extremely high real estate prices and the debt level compared with their income reaching almost record high numbers.

"As interest rates go up, we are closely watching the possible stress from it which could affect Canadian borrowers," - Morneau noted.

12 September 2017

Home prices growth led to Canadians’ increasing wealth

Amid the sharp economic growth in the country, more Canadians today have an access to impressive wealth due to their residential real estate.

According to the latest report by Environics Analytics, the nationwide net worth rose by 12% from 2015 to 2016, and the largest part of it was because of growing home prices.

The report says that almost 20% of Canada’s houses are located at neighbourhoods with the average net worth exceeding one million dollars. This means Canadian homeowners are facing rising wealth amid strong economic growth and a possibility of this trend to continue.

11 September 2017

What to expect from the Bank of Canada in the nearest future?

We’ve seen a lot of fuss about the time and direction of interest rates changes in Canada. Are the rates too high or too low? Is it the right time to raise them or should the central bank wait? The Bank of Canada has been balancing between the two sides since the Great Recession and the following normalization period.

Today, the Bank is hitting with rate increases, as the national economy shows strong results. Last week’s rate hike followed an unexpected rise in July, which was the first one in seven years. Moreover, many specialists predicted the first increase later this year.

“The recent economic results turned out better than we expected, and it supported the Bank’s opinion that Canada is showing a wider and more self-sustaining growth,” - the governor Stephen Poloz noted in the official statement, explaining the decision to raise the BoC’s key lending rate by 0.25% to 1%.

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