The outcome of the Scottish referendum may have been a close call, but there’s one clear benefit to the UK remaining united; Scotland and England have both been spared the economic upheaval that would have resulted from a separation.
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.
With no change made to the Bank of Canada’s Overnight Lending Rate since September 2010, economists look the the perceived “rate bias” indicated in the wording of rate announcements. This bias is seen as a hint of where rates may go next, and are powerful enough to influence global markets.
Mortgages spotlight: This week, outgoing Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney made his last rate announcement, and incoming Stephen Poloz prepares for Canada’s economic challenges.
Stephen Poloz is the new Governor of the Bank of Canada, taking the place of Mark Carney. How will he manage Canada’s monetary policy? Are interest rate changes on the horizon?
Outgoing Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney made his final speech Tuesday, and outlined the challenges facing Canadian economic recovery.
Earlier this week, outgoing Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney spoke on the lessons learned for monetary policy makers from the financial crisis. Let’s take a look at how the Banks of Canada’s actions have protected us from the recession – and the lasting effects on our housing markets and overall economy.
Canada Budget 2013 brings a new focus to creating skilled employment and stimulating the economy. Let’s take a look at how Finance Minister Jim Flaherty plans to spend tax dollars over the next year.
Mark Carney’s debt warnings have attempted to lower Canadian household debt – but with levels higher than ever, are Canadians listening?
Tax season is upon us – but not to fear. Filing will be a breeze with our all-about-taxes guide!