TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – June 27

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – June 27United States• Markets were on tenterhooks all week in anticipation of the British referendum, with anxiety turning topanic overnight as Britain, in a historic vote, decided to leave the European Union (EU).• Central banks announced readiness to deal with any fallout related to potential liquidity shortages, helpingstem near-term pressures …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – June 20

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – June 20 United States• Global bond yields continued to drop this week, with the German 10-year yield moving negative for thefirst time and the U.S. 10-year dipping as low as 1.54% before edging up slightly at the end of the week,pulled down by “Brexit” fears.• The Federal Open Market Committee …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – June 20

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – June 20United States• Global bond yields continued to drop this week, with the German 10-year yield moving negative for thefirst time and the U.S. 10-year dipping as low as 1.54% before edging up slightly at the end of the week,pulled down by “Brexit” fears.• The Federal Open Market Committee left …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – June 15

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – June 15 United States • Sparse economic data this week has left market participants dwelling on last Friday’s very weak jobs report. • Chair Yellen’s speech on Monday did not reiterate the previously used phrase that the FOMC is considering a rate hike ‘in the coming months’, leaving markets confident …
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Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – June 2016

June Newsletter Summary: May 2016 saw 1,921 homes sell in Ottawa, compared to 1,926 in May 2015 (5-yr average is 1,864); The average sale price in May 2016 for a home in Ottawa was $406,063 an increase of 0.6% over May 2015; Average complete days on market in Ottawa is 80 across all property types. …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – June 6

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – June 6th United States • The weak May payrolls data acts to overshadow the otherwise positive week for the U.S. economy. • May car sales along with a strong April report for consumer personal income and expenditures added further comfort that the U.S. economy was bouncing back from a weak …
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