Inflation and GDP are indicators of our economy’s health – but do you know how to interpret them? Here’s a quick crash course on knowing the numbers.
Up, down, moderate – according to the media, Canada’s housing market sees more action than a roller coaster. How can readers sift through the misinformation and get to the real message?
Recent mortgage market changes could lead to higher mortgage rates, according to RateSupermarket.ca’s expert panel.
Fears of a sliding market have persisted since last summer’s CMHC rule implementation, but home sales keep defying doom and gloom predictions. Stronger than expected May sales have prompted CREA to adjust their market activity forecast for 2013 and 2014.
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty recently expressed disapproval toward those who plan to short the Canadian housing market. How does short selling work, and could it apply to Canada’s market conditions?
This week, on Money Wise, we’re answering your credit card FAQs – from consolidating out of control debt to updating vendors in case of expiry, check out our guide.
What is the most affordable housing market in Canada? We break down buying conditions in each province to assess where you’ll get the most for those hard earned housing dollars.
The CREA housing market update is in – and it shows slow, but steady growth for Canada’s housing market as conditions balance from CMHC mortgage rule changes made last summer.
The Bank of Canada announced today that the Overnight Lending Rate would remain at 1%, once again – and that an increase isn’t expected any time soon.
New numbers from Statistics Canada show that Canadian economic growth is slower than expected, reaching lows that have not been witnessed since the 2008 recession.