TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – June 7

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – June 7 United States• The U.S. job machine slowed in May (+138k jobs) as the unemployment fell to a sixteen year low of 4.3%.A pullback in the participation rate contributed to the fall in the unemployment rate.• The Federal Reserve’s preferred measure of price growth slowed in April to 1.7% …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – May 29

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – May 29/17 United States• Despite the upward revision to first-quarter GDP growth, with the second estimate indicating a 1.2% annualizedgain on stronger consumption and investment, market reaction was relatively subdued giventhat the overall story is largely unchanged.• Although investors are almost fully pricing in a June rate hike, the yield …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – May 23

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – May 23 United States• Investors perceived this week’s political developments in the U.S. as likely to delay the implementationof pro-growth policies. As a result, they risk assets sold off midweek in favor of gold and treasuries. Riskappetite appeared to make a comeback toward the end of the week along with …
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Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – May 2017

Below is a quick snapshot of the Ottawa Real Estate Market and a link to our full newsletter. May Newsletter Summary: April 2017 saw 1,795 homes sell in Ottawa, compared to 1,711 in April 2016, an increase of 4.9%; The average sale price in April 2017 for a home in Ottawa was $435,883 an increase of …
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Why Refer The Adam Mills Team – Nick Antaya

Case Study:  How To Grow a Business By Referral? People often ask how our business has come to be so strongly referral based.  To give the most authentic answer possible, we have gone to some of the professionals from whom we receive referrals to ask “Why refer to The Adam Mills Team?”.  And of course, …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – May 8

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – May 8 United States• The past week was action packed with economic data and events in Washington. Data largely supportedthe view that the U.S. economy will bounce back from its winter weakness.• The job market sprang back into action in April, enabling investors to heave a sigh of relief that …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – May 1

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK -May 1United States• First quarter GDP growth came in at just 0.7% (annualized) – slightly weaker than consensus. The mainculprit behind the slowdown was consumer spending, which barely grew. Much of the drag on growthappears to be temporary and we expect activity to rebound above 3% in the second quarter.• The …
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