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Canadians buy a lot of American stuff. Don't forget that, Donald.
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Businesses are the most optimistic they've been in years about hiring.
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Weaker economy will take a bite out of government revenue.
On women in the workforce, Canada and the U.S. look like night and day.
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House prices have fallen 5.6 per cent in two months.
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All provinces will create jobs next year, TD predicts.
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But when it comes to jobs, the eighties were worse.
Economic growth in non-oil provinces is heating up.
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Canadian retail sales took an unexpected dive over the holidays, Statistics Canada data shows, convincing some experts that the country’s recovery from last year’s recession fizzled out at the end of...
Excluding Ontario and B.C., house prices in Canada are actually falling.
With Canadian household debt hitting record highs this fall, economists are trying to figure out who's most at risk in the event of a debt shock, like a fall in house prices or a spike in unemployment...
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Economists at some of Canada’s big banks are upgrading the country’s economic forecast in the wake of the Liberal Party’s sweeping victory in the election Monday. But they warn that the Liberals’ pla...
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In Toronto and Vancouver’s hot housing markets, affordability is “becoming a growing challenge for many individuals and families,” Royal LePage noted in a new report. Buying any type of residential pr...
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For the first time ever, the combined debt burden of Canada’s provinces and municipalities is larger than the debt of the federal government, TD Bank says in a new report. Canada’s federal debt has be...
The largest risk to Canada’s economy isn't the slowdown in the oil industry, or the spectre of a housing bubble — it’s the world outside Canada and particularly China, economists at TD Bank say. Canad...
House prices in Toronto are about to peak and begin declining, TD Bank forecasts in a new analysis that declares the city’s long-running building boom “has come to an end.”
OTTAWA - Rate cut? What rate cut?Thursday's sluggish January inflation reading from Statistics Canada is the latest signal to many economists that another interest rate cut is not likely to be in the...
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Canada's unemployment rate fell to a six-year low of 6.8 per cent in the most recent StatsCan report, but if you're a regular observer of jobs data, you know better than to take that number at face va...
Canada’s regional economic divide isn’t going anywhere, but it will narrow a little in the coming year thanks to slightly faster economic growth in the east, TD Bank says in a new report. That said, t...
Is Toronto’s long-running housing market juggernaut coming to an end, at long last? Yes and no, says a new report from TD Economics. The market for single-family homes is booming under the pressure of...
Calgary home prices have grown eight to nine per cent from a year ago, according to a report by TD Economics, allowing Calgary to maintain its title as one of Canada's strongest real estate markets. R...
TORONTO -- The Canadian economy appears to be on a long-term trend toward less dependence on the United States, according to a new study issued Wednesday by TD Economics. The study released Wednesday...
UPDATE AT BOTTOM If there was any doubt about the fragile nature of Canada's economic recovery, it was most likely put to rest by the GDP numbers released Wednesday morning. But those requiring furthe...
Canadian corporate profits fell 4.9 per cent to $64 billion in the April-June period from the first three months of 2011, Statistics Canada reported Thursday. That followed a gain of 7.2 per cent in t...