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6 March 2019

Bank of Canada doesn’t raise its interest rate and now a rate cut possibility appears

Today, the Bank of Canada kept its key lending rate unchanged at 1.75% once again, and said the moment of future rate increases is highly uncertain.

The BoC pointed to the economic slowdown which started at the end of 2018 and turned out to be slightly worse than anticipated with a stronger than expected slowdown in the oil sector. Weak real estate market and lower consumer spending were also among the factors causing such a gloom report.

"The global economic prospects could be supported by the end of trade conflicts," – the BoC noted.

"As the uncertainty about the timing of future rate hikes is very high, the Bank will be monitoring thoroughly all the changes in household spending, oil markets, and global trade policy."

 
5 March 2019

What to expect from Bank of Canada tomorrow?

In the fourth quarter of 2018, Canada’s economic growth slowed down. GDP rose only by 0.4% annually, pushing down the overall 2018 growth to 1.8%.

Such an unexpected drop almost guarantees that the central bank will not raise its key lending rate at the next meeting on Wednesday.

Economists predicted a 1.2% GDP increase in Q4. Moreover, the third quarter showed a 2.0% rise.

 
4 March 2019

Canada shows one of the highest homeownership rates in the world

Although there are a lot of concerns over housing affordability in the country, Canada still shows one of the highest homeownership rates globally.

In 2016 (it’s the most recent available data for now), Canada reported homeownership rate of 67.8%, which is only slightly lower than the record high 69% seen in 2011, says RBC. Meanwhile, in the U.S., it was 63.4%.

In case of the Canadians aged 35 and younger, more than 40% of them own properties.

“It doesn’t coincide with the idea that Canada is facing a homeownership problem,” – noted the RBC report.

 
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