Bank of Canada announced this morning it is leaving its benchmark rate unchanged at one per cent. This comes after the Bank raised rates in twice this year…
As widely suspected, the Bank of Canada (BoC) is raising its key benchmark interest rate to 1 per cent. The Bank says recent strong economic indicators…
Big banks have been slicing 10 basis points off their fixed rates, while the BoC keeps the central rate at status quo. Is is a good time to jump into the housing market?
Mortgages Spotlight: New year economic reports show economic conditions will improve in 2014 around the world. Will rates rise as a result, internationally and in Canada?
Finance news 2013: From the Bank of Canada rate to BlackBerry, it has been a rollercoaster for Canadian finance news. Check out our top 5 headlines of the year.
Mortgages Spotlight: The 2013 CMHC Housing Observer was released this week, and reveals consumers have much to save by negotiating their mortgage rates.
Mortgages Spotlight: Potential central bank rate cuts are the topic du jour, as several countries release their rate announcements this week. However, such a move is likely to be a last resort in Canada, despite flagging inflation.
Home buyers have good reason to feel jolly – RateSupermarket.ca’s expert Mortgage Rate Outlook Panel calls for low fixed and variable mortgage rates.
Mortgages Spotlight: The IMF challenges whether CMHC should cover mortgage defaults in Canada, and predicts strong economic growth next year.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz has expressed confidence that the Canadian housing market is on track to balanced territory despite contradicting reports of overvaluation and an inevitable rate rise.