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.
The latest Bank of Canada rate announcement has been released, and while interest rates and stimulus measures remain consistent, future economic expectations are cautiously optimistic.
Spain is the latest EU nation to be bailed out – to the tune of 100 billion Euros. While the news caused an increase in investor confidence, what are the implications of such a move for the European economy – and Canada’s as well? Is this a signal that Europe’s financial woes should be increasingly considered a “global problem”?