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28 October 2019

Divided Canadian economies are a new challenge for the central bank

The differences between various parts of Canada have never been so sharp for the central bank.

Only five years ago, oil prices fell drastically and Canada lost its major economic engine. Before that, the old industrial economy outside the oil and gas segment was crushed and only started rebounding slowly, supported by growing loonie from petroleum exports to the U.S.

When the oil engine was hit, the Bank of Canada's governor Stephen Poloz reacted by cutting interest rates twice in 2015 in attempt to help the sector.

This week, Poloz and his deputy Carolyn Wilkins will have the first rate meeting and news conference after the election, and the decision on rates may be not so easy.

Instead of being only a short-term obstacle on the way to becoming one of the world's energy superpowers, the consequences of oil price crash in 2014 has kept damaging the provincial economies depending on oil business.

 
25 October 2019

How will the election result affect central bank’s plans on interest rates?

Soon, the central bank’s Governor Stephen Poloz will end a month of silence, as the election is already over. Although the hot campaign prevailed in the media, the results will hardly change the Bank of Canada’s opinion concerning the national economy.

Indeed, a Liberal minority government which has campaigned on deeper deficits may face even larger spending in attempt to get the opposition’s support.

It means the fiscal stimulus may start dealing with the heavy work the monetary policy has been doing for more than ten years.

Certain economists are not sure about Wednesday’s rate decision.

“We don’t think there will be a short-term influence on the BoC’s views from the election result”, - Brian DePratto, senior economist at TD Bank Group, noted.

 
23 October 2019

Canada’s real estate market keeps showing strong activity

The recent strong housing sales activity in many Canadian markets impressed even those experts who tend to be more bearish as a rule.

A bear is a person who is pessimistic about the market conditions. If an economist expresses a “bearish” opinion some time, it doesn’t mean they will be forever on this side. However, there are certain economists and firms who tend to be more bearish, and Capital Economics is one of them.

For instance, in 2017, former Capital Economics’ senior economist David Madani expected the central bank to cut rates after a significant downturn in the real estate market. The forecast didn’t coincide with the opinion of many other economists and didn’t come true. Moreover, the Bank of Canada raised the rate twice that year. Madani also predicted a national housing market collapse. Although the market has been showing certain volatility since 2017, there was no crash.

 
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