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Bank of Montreal

A second wave of COVID-19 means the economy may be barely growing this fall, a CIBC economist says.
A massive drop in gas prices drove the largest price decline in records going back to 1992.
Markets hit all-time highs on Tuesday, as some good news spread about COVID-19.
"When you’re looking at a market that becomes driven by wealth ... there isn’t necessarily a limit to house prices."
"The U.S. economy catches a cold, we get a fever."
Residential investment is falling, and that's a clear sign of hard times in Canada's economy, the Bank of Montreal says.
Say goodbye to the dream of owning a single-family home.
Temporary and contract employment is "growing at a phenomenal rate."
The country is seeing very broad economic growth, but Trump's trade war could scuttle that.
Those new “stress tests” could be harder to pass than previously thought.