Canada’s economy is picking up slowly, but the Bank of Canada continues to tread gently.
One big bank expects BoC interest rates to hold steady into next year – but not everyone agrees.
The US Federal Reserve is holding rates steady at a range between 0.75 per cent to one per cent. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) made the announcement on May 3 after its two-day policy meeting. In a statement…
If you woke up on Wednesday morning and were surprised by the U.S. presidential election results, you’re not alone. We’re taking a look at the effects that Trump leadership could have on the Canadian economy.
The grand opening of Target is making waves among shoppers and other Canadian retailers. Will this American competition bode well for the economy? What’s in store for retail workers, and budget hunting consumers?
The predictions are in – Canadian economists have revealed their forecasts for Canada’s economic outlook for the coming year. What’s in store for the housing market, interest rates, employment and GDP growth? Read on to find out.
Fiscal cliff update: The deadline has passed and measures have been implemented – temporarily. What does this mean for both American and Canadian economies?
It’s a brand new year – but is your money management plan more of the same old? This year, make a resolution to improve your financial standing – and actually keep it with the help of our tips!
As the year draws to a close, Canadian economic sentiment is far from cheery. As threat of the U.S. fiscal cliff looms, many fear another recession is imminent – despite optimistic economic predictions from a recent RBC survey.
Getting into shape is a common goal for many Canadians – one that can be extremely expensive. Pricey personal training and the latest high tech shoes will have you losing more dollars than pounds – not to mention that infomercial-inspired equipment purchase gathering dust in your basement.