The Bank of Canada is leaving its key interest rate unchanged and is pointing to increased uncertainty about the timing of future rate hikes following the economy’s abrupt deceleration in late 2018. To read entire article click here.
Finance Minister Carole James laid out a mostly stay-the-course provincial budget Tuesday in Victoria, albeit, with some surprises. To see the 10 biggest takeaways from B.C.’s 2018-19 provincial budget click here.
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The Bank of Canada walked back some of its enthusiasm about the nation’s outlook in a decision that kept interest rates unchanged, saying the economy may have more capacity than previously thought to grow without fueling inflation. The Ottawa-based central bank kept its overnight benchmark rate at 1.75 percent, reiterating it expects to eventually remove… Read more »
Questrade Wealth Management Inc. of Toronto has agreed to make a voluntary payment of $2.9 million to settle allegations that it failed to identify and respond to conflict of interest when it sold eight of it’s ETFs to Toronto-based Wisdom Tree Asset Management Inc. in July 2017, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) announced Tuesday. To… Read more »
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The Bank of Canada has decided to raise it’s benchmark interest rate to 1.5% noting trade tensions. To read an update on the budget click here.