TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – December 5

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – December 5 United States• Bonds sold off for the fourth consecutive week, while equity markets are set to decline for the first timesince the U.S. elections.• Investors have likely engaged in some profit taking in advance of next week’s events which could triggerincreased market volatility. Sunday will see Italians voting …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – November 28

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – November 28 United States• U.S. stock markets continued to rise, with all three major indices reaching record highs. Economic dataon the domestic front was generally constructive, with a number of indicators surprising to the upside.• The Fed minutes released this week confirmed what many already believed, mainly that the economy …
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Home By Design Article – Super Saver

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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – November 14

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – November 14 United States• Donald Trump won a surprising victory in the U.S. election, making significant gains in traditionally Democraticstates to take the majority of Electoral College votes. Less than 0.2% separated the candidate’stallies in the popular vote, revealing a deeply divided America.• Equity market reaction to the Trump victory …
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Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – November 2016

November Newsletter Summary: October 2016 saw 1,214 homes sell in Ottawa, compared to 1,159 in October 2015, an increase of 4.7%; The average sale price in October 2016 for a home in Ottawa was $392,579 an increase of 3.3% from October 2015; Average complete days on market in Ottawa is 98 across all property types. …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – November 7

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – November 7 United States• Markets continued to adopt a risk-off bias this week, as investors saw through most of the positive domesticdata, and remained fixated on the uncertainty surrounding the highly anticipated results of next week’spresidential election.• Strong data out of the U.S. continued to support our view of a …
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