Find out how the Bank of Canada’s recent emergency rate cuts are affecting current mortgage holders and new mortgage shoppers.
The Bank of Canada left the target overnight rate unchanged this morning at 1.75%, where it’s sat since October 2018.
The Bank of Canada is holding its key benchmark rate for the eighth time in a row.
The Bank of Canada is holding its key benchmark rate for the seventh time in a row, despite the U.S. Federal Reserve cutting its own for the first time in 10 years.
Here’s why a change to the Bank of Canada five year benchmark qualifying rate might be good news.
BOC holds rates steady.
This week, market watchers are waiting to hear what the Bank of Canada will do when do when it comes to interest rates.
With the new trade agreement, entitled the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA), Canadians will be able to purchase goods up to $150 CAD without paying…
For the first time in almost seven years, the Bank of Canada has raised its key interest rate. In its scheduled Monetary Policy Report (MPR), the bank announced this morning that it is increasing the rate by…