Blog Posts - Bank Of Canada



Greater Vancouver home sales and prices set to soar in 2016

Home sales in Greater Vancouver are on a hot streak, and the professional association representing all the real estate boards in the province is bumping up its forecast for 2016, predicting escalating prices and a jump in the number of homes sold. Th...

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by Långsiktig investering on Mar 7, 2015

The Case to “Reinstate” the Bank of Canada

There is a very interesting legal case that is playing out in Canada at the moment. William Krehm, Anne Emmett, and COMER (The Committee for Monetary and Economic Reform: http://www.comer.org/) filed a lawsuit on December 12th, 2011, i...
by Actualité Distincte on Feb 7, 2015

Two Factors to Continue Pushing Gold Prices Higher in 2015

Three weeks into 2015 and gold prices are already up 10% for the year. Gold stocks we have been recommending in our paid-for newsletters had a spectacular start to the year, having rebounded nicely from their oversold levels. Going forward, I expect...

Did You Ask Mr. J.Edwary To claim Your Fund????

Dear Sir/Madam, How are you? What is keeping you from responding to our mails? The world bank have approved our bank as the rightful bank that will handle all the out standing fund own by foreigners.We have contacted you couple of times yet there was...
by Scam on Oct 6, 2014

Helping Youth with Hull Services and #RBCAmes!

What would you do if someone gave you the resources to make a difference? Some would try to cure diseases, some would focus on developing countries, or perhaps donate it to a favourite cause. In the case of Trevor Morgan, Vice President of New Line S...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jul 25, 2014

Helping Youth with Hull Services and #RBCAmes!

What would you do if someone gave you the resources to make a difference? Some would try to cure diseases, some would focus on developing countries, or perhaps donate it to a favourite cause. In the case of Trevor Morgan, Vice President of New Line S...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jul 25, 2014

Helping Youth with Hull Services and #RBCAmes!

What would you do if someone gave you the resources to make a difference? Some would try to cure diseases, some would focus on developing countries, or perhaps donate it to a favourite cause. In the case of Trevor Morgan, Vice President of New Line S...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jul 25, 2014

Bank of Canada has no news for Canadian borrowers

The post Bank of Canada has no news for Canadian borrowers appeared first on Canadian Mortgage Advisor.
by Mortgage Money and Dream on Jun 4, 2014

Canadian interest rate on a path to where?

The weakest growth potential in the Canadian financial landscape belongs to Canadian overnight interest rate. Bank of Canada chief Stephen Poloz thinks that inflation rate is not going to show any sign of life this year. For inflation rate to return...
by Mortgage Money and Dream on May 10, 2014

Bank of Canada issued 50 years bond

Ultra long term bonds that will mature in the end of 2064 were issued by the Government of Canada with a yield of 2.96%. According to the press release by the government – there are two major benefits – one is low cost long term refinancing a...
by Mortgage Money and Dream on Apr 28, 2014

Bank of Canada maintains the target interest rate at 1%

Bank of Canada today announced that it will maintain the key interest rate at 1% till first week of June. The bank expects that the economic conditions will improve in near future and slowly inflation will head North. For now housing is still in a ve...
by Mortgage Money and Dream on Apr 17, 2014

Bank of Canada maintains the target interest rate at 1%

Bank of Canada today announced that it will maintain the key interest rate at 1% till first week of June. The bank expects that the economic conditions will improve in near future and slowly inflation will head North. For now housing is still in a ve...
by Mortgage Money and Dream on Apr 17, 2014

Lowest qualifying rate in recent history – 4.99%

Many lenders are still qualifying borrowers with an above 5% interest rate. According to Bank of Canada the lending rate (Conventional mortgage – 5-year) stands at 4.99%. The same rate is generally used to qualify a borrower who is seeking less...
by Mortgage Money and Dream on Mar 11, 2014

Bank of Canada likely to maintain current course

The Target Overnight Rate is important to a borrower because it is somewhat loosely tied to the Prime Lending Rate set by the lenders. Today the Canadian Central Bank will once again announce its target for the Overnight Lending Rate till 16 April 20...
by Mortgage Money and Dream on Mar 5, 2014

Qualifying rate went down by 0.1 percent

The lenders in a recent rate reduction move – pulled the qualifying rate down by a tiny fraction – 0.1% – from its previous 5.34% to 5.24%. Does it really matter much? In one word no! – for borrowers who do not push the boundary o...
by Mortgage Money and Dream on Jan 27, 2014

Bank of Canada – Target Overnight and Qualifying rate standing still

in Soon, Bank of Canada will announce its target overnight rate for next month and a half. All the speculations are pointing towards no change. Recent weakness in Canadian currency is not a reason for the bank to be alarmed and it is a good thing for...
by Mortgage Money and Dream on Dec 3, 2013

Rates will go up and we know that – Poloz

A seven years bubble will leave a seven years crater once it bursts – according to Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz. Although we have almost made it through the recession but few more miles still remain to be gained. Despite of him defining th...
by Mortgage Money and Dream on Sep 20, 2013

When will the Bank of Canada raise interest rates?

The short answer is ‘not yet’. Just announced today is that the Bank of Canada is holding its main interest rate at one per cent, where it has been since September 2010. Economists widely expect the central bank to hold its trendsetting r...

No Action from Bank of Canada.

The Bank of Canada had its regularly scheduled policy meeting today. There were no surprises from the central bank, which left interest rate unchanged at 1.00%, just as analysts expected. However, the BoC indicated faster than predicted economic grow...
by FX Madness on May 29, 2013


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