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15 December 2017

Canadians’ debts hit a new record in the third quarter

In the third quarter of 2017, Canadians owed $1.71 for each dollar of their disposable income – it’s the highest number in history.

According to Statistics Canada, the total debt sum of Canadian households reached $2.1 trillion at the end of September, which is 1.4% higher than in summer. Mortgages accounted for the greatest part of it, growing by 1.5% to $1.3 trillion.

The central bank, like many others, considers the household debt a main threat to the national economy.

"The growing trend in household debt, which began in 1990 when we started recording the data, doesn’t slow down," – the Bank of Montreal economist Benjamin Reitzes noted.

 
14 December 2017

What bothers the central bank’s governor at night?

Being a governor of Canada’s central bank, Stephen Poloz has to worry about a lot of things, including the national economy, a potential impact of the NAFTA renegotiations, the technological change influence on inflation, the real estate market’s reaction to the stricter mortgage rules etc.

However, there are also other things which keep him awake at night. During his recent speech, Poloz pointed to several of them, e.g. cyber-attacks, household debt level, jobs for the youth, and the bitcoin growth.

Cyber-attacks

"It basically means that a problem which appeared in one institution could expand to others and become even stronger," - he noted. "In other words, a successful cyber-attack on one institution may transfer into a successful attack on many of them."

In spite of all the hard work on the system secure, we can’t be 100% sure the financial system is absolutely protected, he added.

 
13 December 2017

Real estate market is expected to slow in 2018, but prices will rise in Toronto

Canada’s real estate market is expected to slow in 2018 due to stricter mortgage rules, although home prices will keep rising, this time – by about 5%, says Royal LePage.

Its recent report says the house price composite, measuring prices in 53 Canadian cities, may go up by 4.9% next year and reach $661,919.

As you know, starting January 1, a new stress test will be applied to homebuyers who don't need mortgage insurance. Such changes could reduce the maximum amount homebuyers with a down payment of at least 20% will be able to get.

According to Royal LePage, some potential buyers thinking about moving to a larger property could postpone the sale of their existing home, as they won’t be able to receive the necessary finances for the house they want.

 
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15 December 2017

Canadians’ debts hit a new record in the third quarter In the third quarter of 2017, Canadians owed $1.71 for each dollar of their disposable income ...Read more >>

14 December 2017

What bothers the central bank’s governor at night? Being a governor of Canada’s central bank, Stephen Poloz has to worry about a lot of things, ...Read more >>

13 December 2017

Real estate market is expected to slow in 2018, but prices will rise in Toronto Canada’s real estate market is expected to slow in 2018 due to stric...Read more >>
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