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加拿大央行将进一步缩减利率,因为它保持利率稳定
Holding its benchmark rate stead at 0.25% as expected, the Bank of Canada continues to taper, cutting weekly bond purchases to C$2B vs. C$3B previously. Noting the continuing economic recovery,
Seekingalpha · 07/14 17:03
加拿大银行削减量化宽松计划中的债券购买目标
The Bank of Canada adjusts its target for weekly net purchases of Canadian government bonds to C$3B from C$4B, in line with its previous statements that it will end its
Seekingalpha · 04/21 14:12
加拿大银行正在考虑结束量化宽松计划;加元对美元汇率下跌
The Canadian dollar skips down 0.3% against the U.S. dollar after Bank of Canada Deputy Governor said the central bank will end its quantitative easing programs that it introduced during the
Seekingalpha · 03/23 17:57
由于大流行限制放宽,加拿大2月份增加了25.9万个工作岗位
Canada's economy added 259K jobs in February, more than triple the 75K expected, as the country started easing lockdown restrictions, according to Statistics Canada's latest labor force survey.That's the biggest
Seekingalpha · 03/12 14:51
加拿大银行将维持利率水平,直到实现通胀目标
Sounding similar to the U.S.'s Federal Reserve, the Bank of Canada holds its key policy rate steady and says it will keep it there until its inflation target is sustainably
Seekingalpha · 03/10 15:28
加拿大政策利率维持不变后,量化宽松政策继续推动Loonie跳升
The Canadian dollar strengthens 0.9% against the U.S. dollar after the Bank of Canada holds its policy rate at the current level until its inflation objective is achieved.Maintains its forward guidance and
Seekingalpha · 01/20 15:26
加拿大央行维持0.25%的利率,继续量化宽松
Bank of Canada keeps its key interest rate unchanged at 0.25% until inflation objective is reached.Maintains its extraordinary forward guidance, reinforced and supplemented by its quantitative easing program, which continues
Seekingalpha · 2020/12/09 15:01
Perfect Storm For Realty Investors: Rising Vacancies And Falling Rents
According to Realosophy's John Pasalis, there were nearly 12,000 condo apartments listed for lease on Toronto's MLS system compared to just 3,332 last year in September.Even before the pandemic hit, there was evidence that rental/lease income projections were overshooting actual receipts considerably and that the securities into which these cash flows were bundled were likely to disappoint.A world of high leverage, shrinking cash flows and mounting supply is likely to keep eroding rent and property prices.
Seekingalpha · 2020/10/16 11:26
Rock Bottom Rates Are The Disease Not The Cure
A new study from the Business Development Bank of Canada finds that 76% of the small- and medium-sized Canadian businesses surveyed saw a decline in revenue and profits in 2020.Two-thirds of small business owners say they're in a worse situation now than before the pandemic.A buyer's market is coming for most things, but only those who have patiently prepared in advance will be ready to buy.
Seekingalpha · 2020/10/10 19:04
Canadian Jobs Growth Accelerates In September, But Risks Remain
Canadian jobs growth unexpectedly picks up in September.Employment increased in every province expect New Brunswick and PEI.Despite employment rising for 15 to 24 year-olds in September, this group remained well below February levels.
Seekingalpha · 2020/10/10 14:11
Loonie continues run higher after strong Canada jobs numbers
Canada added 378K jobs in September, cruising way past economist estimates for just a 150K gain. The unemployment rate fell to 9% from 10.2%, with the labor force participation rate
Seekingalpha · 2020/10/09 12:55
Rising Interest Rates Is A Good Thing For Governments
Central bank mandates are to target inflation, not to bankrupt central governments because they do not approve of fiscal policies.Central banks always have had to maintain their balance sheet sizes, and there were a number of test cases of quantitative easing over the past decades.A weaker Canadian dollar boosts exporters, creating the theoretical possibility of rebalancing the private sector away from housing.The Bank of Canada is boxed in because of debt, but Federal Government debt is not the source of concern.
Seekingalpha · 2020/10/06 09:47
Monthly Newsletter - September 2020
During the next 12 years, the level of debt to GDP fell from 100% to 67%.The COVID-19 pandemic has once again forced the federal government to prop up the economy, but this time, the amounts involved dwarf those spent twelve years earlier.Governments, by nature, think about today, and the next election.
Seekingalpha · 2020/10/05 16:52
Canadian Households: Managing Financial Health In Challenging Times
Canadians have accumulated significant wealth over the last decade.Canadian consumer credit declined in Q2.Canadian savings rate surges to 28% in Q2.
Seekingalpha · 2020/10/01 16:24
'Optimism' Rises And Falls With Price. It Should Be The Other Way 'Round
Before we bank on housing 'optimism,' it's important to appreciate that positive sentiment readings rise and fall in lockstep with the price.Realtors are reporting that city dwellers are moving out of condos and many are looking for less urban areas with more green space between neighbours.Canadian household incomes, meanwhile, have risen about half the pace of home prices, gaining 45% from $60,600 in 2005 to $87,930 in 2018.
Seekingalpha · 2020/09/30 00:20
Canadian Big Bank Resiliency: Is The Worst Behind Us?
Signs of recovery for Canadian big banks.Will strong trading revenues for banks last?Canadian big bank stocks poised to play catch up.
Seekingalpha · 2020/09/11 10:05
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