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11 March 2019

Canada’s real estate market and other countries – what are the differences?

During the previous year, we’ve seen the Canadian housing market slowing down sharply, facing stricter mortgage stress test and growing interest rates.

It also affects the entire national economy, as Canada's GDP growth slowed to 0.4% annually in the fourth quarter of 2018, pushed by residential investment falling by 7.5% over just a year.

And we are not alone in this – real estate markets all over the world are slowing amid higher borrowing costs and often years of growing home prices.

Of course, there are also other factors, e.g. weaker activity from China's growing investor class, which has supported the demand for real estate all over the world, especially in Australia.

Today, Australia’s housing market is at a sharp correction stage, with prices in Sydney and Melbourne going down at the fastest pace in decades. Specialists warn about the possibility of the worst housing downturn in 130 years for the country.

 
8 March 2019

Bank of Canada predicts longer period of economic slowdown than earlier expected

According to the central bank Deputy Governor Lynn Patterson, the period of a national economic slump may be longer than earlier expected, pushed by surprising weakness in household spending and investment. However, a rebound is still expected.

The day after the Bank of Canada changed its plans for future rate increases, Patterson said policy makers had a long discussion of the four-quarter data, that were weak in some segments, including business investment, real estate and consumption.

In her opinion, such weak results mean the economy may keep showing lower numbers during the first half of the year than the BoC predicted in January. However, Patterson called the data mixed and said the economy will probably still recover later this year, supported by a strong labor market.

 
7 March 2019

Bank of Canada predicts longer period of economic slowdown than earlier expected

According to the central bank Deputy Governor Lynn Patterson, the period of a national economic slump may be longer than earlier expected, pushed by surprising weakness in household spending and investment. However, a rebound is still expected.

The day after the Bank of Canada changed its plans for future rate increases, Patterson said policy makers had a long discussion of the four-quarter data, that were weak in some segments, including business investment, real estate and consumption.

In her opinion, such weak results mean the economy may keep showing lower numbers during the first half of the year than the BoC predicted in January. However, Patterson called the data mixed and said the economy will probably still recover later this year, supported by a strong labor market. In January, the central bank predicted a rebound as soon as in Q2.

 
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