TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – May 4

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – May 4, 2016 United States • The last week of April was busy for global markets in the midst of earnings season, as investors digested two key central bank decisions alongside the last of major economic indicators for the first quarter of the year. • The upbeat mood soured on …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – April 27

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – April 27 United States • Investors were treated to a mixed bag of U.S. economic data this week. Retail sales for March (-0.3%) and industrial production for February (-0.6%) came in on the soft side, but weekly jobless claims for the week of April 9th fell to a 43 year …
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Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – April 2016

April Newsletter Summary: March 2016 saw 1,166 homes sell in Ottawa, compared to 1,200 in March 2015. The average sale price in March 2016 for a home in Ottawa was $394,951 an increase of 2.0% over March 2015. Average complete days on market in Ottawa is 91 across all property types. Also Read About Ontario …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – April 18

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – April 18th United States • Investors were treated to a mixed bag of U.S. economic data this week. Retail sales for March (-0.3%) and industrial production for February (-0.6%) came in on the soft side, but weekly jobless claims for the week of April 9th fell to a 43 year …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – April 12

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – April 12, 2016 United States • Risk-off sentiment was back on this week with investors seeking out safe-have assets amid rising concerns over global growth. Equity markets will closed the week down and U.S. treasuries rallied for much of the week with yields ending the week slightly lower. • A …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – April 8

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – April 8 United States • Chair Yellen’s speech on Wednesday, while containing many of the recent ‘Fedspeak’ elements, struck a dovish tone, emphasizing global risks, policy asymmetry, and unease over low inflation expectations. Upside risks were mentioned but did not appear as burning concerns. • Global PMIs were broadly improved …
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