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5 September 2017

Should we expect a rate hike this Wednesday?

As Canada’s economy keeps showing unexpectedly strong growth this year, some specialists shift their rate hike forecasts to an earlier date.

The recent data shows that the national economic growth reached 4.5% in the second quarter, following a 3.7% increase, reported during the first three months of 2017.

Such a strong performance has made certain analysts predict a rate increase by the central bank this Wednesday and not later this fall as expected earlier.

According to Derek Holt from Scotiabank, the Bank of Canada may raise its key lending rate this week, as the economic growth has been outpacing the Bank’s forecasts for a long time already.

 
1 September 2017

Canadian big banks show strong performance, but will it be affected by a potential rate increase?

The largest Canadian banks reported better than expected results during the third quarter of 2017, supported by the stable national economy. However, according to one financial analyst, the potential interest rate increase by the central bank aimed at offsetting the excessive growth may strengthen the pressure on banks’ consumer lending in the nearest future.

The total income of TD Bank rose by 17% in the third quarter and reached $2.77-billion, pushed by strong results of retail operations in Canada and the U.S.

In addition to it, Statistics Canada released the official GDP data from the second quarter with a 4.5% growth rate. This increase has become the highest half a year number since 2002, which also increases the chances for a rate hike from the Bank of Canada.

 
31 August 2017

Today we have a clearer picture of foreign homebuyers situation

Recently, TD Bank published a thorough report on different problematic issues of the national real estate market, including the share of foreign buyers and their influence on such large markets as Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal.

According to the bank, we have more exact data on the share of foreign buyers today than earlier.

“The British Columbia government started tracking this data last year. It turned out that during the period from June 10 to July 14 of 2016, 9.7% of all home sales in the Greater Vancouver Area included foreign buyers,” - TD Economists Beata Caranci and Diana Petramala noted.

 
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18 September 2017

Foreign buyers’ tax in Ontario is working The recent data from Ontario’s government shows that since the introduction of a foreign buyers’ tax and a ...Read more >>

15 September 2017

CREA reduces its home resale outlook because of Ontario The Canadian Real Estate Association decided to cut its national home sales outlook by 5%, mo...Read more >>

14 September 2017

Will Equifax hack affect Canadian consumers? According to Equifax Canada's customer service, only those Canadians who had dealings in the U.S. may fe...Read more >>
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