Toronto Real Estate
Each panelist at a recent Toronto real estate conference had a reason why the city's condo market is not a bubble.But the developers, the lender, the receiver, the marketer and the real estate agent each talked about the things that worry them."Everyone is uncertain about what is going to happen in
Yen Drops Most In 2 Months Versus Euro On Stimulus Wagers -...
April 19 (Bloomberg) -- Matthew Luckett, portfolio manager at Balestra Capital Ltd., and Raymond Attrill, currency strategist at BNP Paribas SA, talk about their investment strategies including opportunities in Japan. They also discuss Spain's sovereign debt crisis and the outlook for the euro.
Chinese Discover Backdoor Into Canada — Through Quebec - The...
Thousands of people in China are trying to write their own ticket out of the country — in French.Chinese desperate to emigrate have discovered a backdoor into Canada that involves applying for entry into the country's francophone province of Quebec — as long as they have a good working
Australian Property Bubble Vs Canadian Property Bubble -...
Following on from Monday’s post, Canada’s bubble goes mainstream, Canada’s leading current affairs magazine, Macleans.ca, has published its March housing bubble report (front cover above), entitled Time to panic about the housing market: why is everyone ignoring the unfolding
Toronto Condo Bubble Risk Topping New York
Toronto has more skyscrapers and high-rises under construction than any North American city - stoking debate on whether the condominium market in Canada’s largest city is headed for a U.S.-style correction as prices rise and household borrowing hits a record.Toronto has more skyscrapers and
USD/CAD: Trading Canada’s Consumer Price Report | DailyFX
Consumer prices in Canada are expected to increase at an annualized 2.7% in December, and the slower rate of inflation could spark a bearish reaction in the loonie as the development dampens expectations for higher interest rates. As the Bank of Canada maintains a cautious outlook for the economy,
Canada Should Provide More Stimulus If Needed-IMF | Reuters
TORONTO, Oct 28 (Reuters) - The Canadian government and the Bank of Canada should be ready to provide more stimulus to the economy if the downside risks it now faces come to pass, the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday.The multinational agency said authorities were taking the right steps
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