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Are more increases in the offing? What does it all mean? How will it affect you?
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The experts promised us a “barnburner” of a first quarter for Canada’s economy, and the economy delivered. Canada’s GDP grew at a 3.7-per-cent pace in the first three months of 2017, more than triplin...
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Many global investors don't know enough about Canada to make informed decisions, CIBC says.
Growth comes in strong, but there are clouds on the economic horizon.
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It is clear that people around the world are angry and disillusioned with the global economy. Growing inequality has left much of humanity struggling to make ends meet while the richest one per cent continues to profit. This rampant inequality is a sure sign our economic model is broken.
Real estate sector declines for first time in five years.
Activity is falling 13 of the 20 sectors covered by StatsCan.
That is, if there's such a thing as a "cool" way to measure an economy.
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With rising inequality and the well-being of children in even the most affluent countries at serious risk, we can no longer confuse the health of a country's economy with the health of its people. The failure of GDP to capture the well-being of people - including children - necessitates a new way of thinking.
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Struggling retail sales are now a drag on the economy.
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Exports and energy are in decline, but homebuilding presses on.
Economists had expected a drop of 1.5 per cent in the second quarter, according to Thomson Reuters.
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Opposition parties are pouncing on GDP figures.
Economy shrank 0.6 per cent in May, StatsCan says.