European bond pricing plays a big role in the affordability of Canadian mortgage rates. As the ECB utilizes more QE measures, Canadian bonds, and rates, are pushed even lower. Read on to learn more.
No change was announced today for central interest rates – the Bank of Canada is sticking to status quo, as the impact of dropping oil prices is still being felt throughout the economy. Here’s what consumers should know.
A CIBC study finds Canadian home buyers prefer fixed mortgage rates to variable, especially as recent discounts make locking in more affordable than ever.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz has stated economic conditions in Canada will be “atrocious” in Q1. How should Canadian consumers react to this news?
The Bank of Canada could change interest rates again in what has been an unpredictable year for rate watchers.
Get ready for your March Money Update: The Bank of Canada keeps rates at status quo while a debate rages over your TFSA savings options. Read on for this week’s top finance headlines.
The Bank of Canada has maintained the Overnight Lending rate at 0.75%, with no additional cuts to Prime in store. Here’s how this could affect your mortgage.
A Bank of Canada March rate cut is looking less likely as Governor Stephen Poloz hints that January’s movement is still being absorbed by the economy. Meanwhile, the U.S. Fed is holding off on hiking their rates as global economic factors remain shaky.
Oil’s dropping prices have led to slower home sales across Canada, according to CREA’s latest numbers. Should sellers be worried? Here’s what you need to know.
With another rate announcement slated for March 4, borrowers and economists alike are waiting to see if the Bank of Canada will cut rates yet again. There are a number of economic factors that suggest the possibility. Read on for the full story.