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23 June 2017

The central bank’s plans on raising rates may fail due to extremely weak inflation

For the last several years, every time when talks had erupted about potential rate hike, something came out to cool down those talks. Today's news confirms this pattern.

Last month, the Canadian inflation kept slowing down, reaching the lowest level since 1999. Such a tendency could prevent the central bank from its plans to raise interest rates.

According to Statistics Canada, in May, the consumer price index was up by 1.3% annually, following 1.6%, reported in April.

 
22 June 2017

Berkshire Hathaway is investing into struggling Home Capital

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is giving another chance for Home Capital Group Inc. – an alternative Canada’s financial institution, which is now struggling for staying in business. Its near crash situation has led to worries about the stability of the entire real estate market.

Berkshire decided to purchase 38.4% of the firm’s shares for C$400 million. Moreover, it gives a C$2 billion credit line to subsidiary Home Trust Co.

“Home Capital’s strong assets, its ability to provide quality mortgages, and its leading position at the developing market have made this investment extremely attractive and potentially profitable,” - Buffett noted.

 
21 June 2017

Toronto real estate market won’t crash and here’s why

Lately, we’ve seen a lot of articles about a lower activity at the Toronto real estate market, and many specialists now expect a crash. Although it’s quite easy to view the recent few weeks of weaker results at the market as evidence of a larger trend, a deeper analysis of the situation proves that Toronto market remains strong and stable. Here are a few reasons why the market won’t likely face a crash.

1. The situation remains the same for most buyers

On April 20, the Ontario government introduced a pack of rules called the Ontario Fair Housing Plan. It included 16 various strategies aimed at balancing home sales and home rentals for buyers and sellers. However, the changes will not affect the current homebuyers – those who live in Toronto and plan to purchase a property for living. All other factors remain unchanged: extremely low interest rates, strong economic results, a constant wave of new people and businesses.

 
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23 June 2017

The central bank’s plans on raising rates may fail due to extremely weak inflation For the last several years, every time when talks had erupted abou...Read more >>

22 June 2017

Berkshire Hathaway is investing into struggling Home Capital Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is giving another chance for Home Capital Group...Read more >>

21 June 2017

Toronto real estate market won’t crash and here’s why Lately, we’ve seen a lot of articles about a lower activity at the Toronto real estate market, ...Read more >>
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