TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – August 22

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – August 22 United States• The week offered plenty of data to gauge the strength of the global economic recovery, with the generallydovish rhetoric from major central banks, including the Fed, supporting global equities which also got alift from the surge in oil prices.• International data remained soft, solidifying expectations for …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – August 15

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – August 15 United States• U.S. stock markets reached new highs this week, with the S&P 500, Dow, and Nasdaq all breaking records,but the economic data has been disappointing. Retail sales data for July suggests a slow start to thirdquarter consumer spending, which is now tracking 3% – much slower than …
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Home By Design Article – Friday Harbor

The San Juan Islands are bounded by the Salish Sea, one of the most varied ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest, and home to myriad species of marine invertebrates, mammals, birds, and fish… New Weekly Article – Friday Harbor

TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – August 8

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – August 8 United States• Markets adopted a risk-off bias earlier on in the week, fixated on the outcome of the much anticipated“Super Thursday” Bank of England (BoE) announcement in the UK.• The BoE did not disappoint, delivering a big stimulus package that included a cut to the key policy rate,as …
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Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – August 2016

August Newsletter Summary: July 2016 saw 1,491 homes sell in Ottawa, compared to 1,430 in July 2015, an increase of 4.3%. The average sale price in July 2016 for a home in Ottawa was $398,608 an increase of 1.1% from July 2015; Average complete days on market in Ottawa is 84 across all property types. …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – August 2

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – August 2 United States• There was good news and bad news about the U.S. economy this week. Q2 growth disappointed, thanksto a huger drawdown in inventories, which is likely be reversed in the coming quarters.• The Fed sounded slightly more optimistic on the risks and the labor market. But global …
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