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5 April 2019

CMHC explains the Liberals’ new mortgage program

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. believes the new spending measures supporting first-time buyers in their desire to become homeowners will not lead to a prices increase by more than a few tenths of a percentage point.

According to CMHC, the prices may rise by about 0.2%-0.4%, which is a very small gain compared to the potential growth from other measures the Liberals were pushed to take.

CMHC says a less strict mortgage stress test or a longer amortization period would lead to housing prices increase five to six times larger than the measures we’ve seen in the new budget.

 
2 April 2019

Real estate sector is showing signs of recovery

As Canada’s economy is recovering, the real estate sector also shows signs of a rebound, following four consecutive months of decrease.

In January, Canadian GDP reported its best results in eight months, showing a 0.3% monthly growth and exceeding economists’ forecast of 0.1%. The annual increase reached 1.6%.

“A more optimistic than expected start of the first quarter, following almost zero growth rate in Q4, is a good reason for the central bank to reassure us that the decline was only temporary,” - CIBC Capital Markets chief economist Avery Shenfeld noted.

According to Statistics Canada, gains were reported in 18 of 20 industrial sectors surveyed in January.

 
1 April 2019

Stephen Poloz doesn’t mention possible rate increases in a new speech

On Monday, the Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz made a speech, leaving out the topic of possible interest rate hikes amid domestic and global economic challenges.

As worries about global trade wars increase, and we can see stronger caution from other central banks, markets will look for the smallest hint on the future of interest rates in this speech.

Poloz noted once again that the rate should be low enough to stimulate the national economy.

While less than a month ago Poloz did spoke about the possible increase, this time there were no mentions of it.

“We can see that now the global economy shows weaker results than we expected only a few months ago, and Canada is also feeling the consequences,” – he said.

 
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21 May 2019

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