TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – Oct 15

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – Oct 15 United States The minutes from the Federal Reserve’s September meeting released this week reiterated that members’ concern for the underperformance in inflation was the main consideration in their decision to hold off on raising rates. While the message was perceived as dovish by financial markets, the minutes also …
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Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – October 2015

October Newsletter Summary: September 2015 saw 1,244 homes sell in Ottawa, an increase of 10.0% from September 2014… This outperforms the 5 year September average! The average sale price in September 2015 for a home in Ottawa was $385,142, an increase of 0.5% from September 2014. Average “Cumulative Days on Market” in Ottawa is 93. …
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Edward Jones Weekly Update – Oct 5

Plan for Your Long-Term Care Seniors are the fastest growing demographic in Canada and The Council on Aging of Ottawa estimates that 40 per cent of seniors will, at some point, need long-term care to help them perform regular activities of daily living, be it going to the bathroom, dressing or eating. All of that …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – Oct 5

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – Oct. 5 United States Headwinds to U.S. growth emanating from the soft global economic backdrop and elevated dollar were apparent in this week’s data. The advance report on U.S. international trade showed a dramatic deterioration in the merchandise trade balance in August. Meanwhile, the ISM manufacturing index fell by 0.9 …
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Edward Jones Weekly Update – Sept 31

Best Response to Volatile Markets? Stay Calm In recent months, stocks have fallen sharply from their record highs, with one-day drops that can rightfully be called “dizzying.” As an investor, what are you to make of this volatility? For one thing, you may find it useful to know the probable causes of the market gyrations. …
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TD/Canada Trust Economic Highlights – Oct 1

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – Oct. 1 United States The Fed’s passing on interest rate hikes last Thursday did little to boost financial markets this week, with investors focused more on the downside risks to economic growth. An illuminating speech by Fed Chair Janet Yellen on Thursday helped shed some clarity on the Fed’s intentions. …
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Home By Design Article – Virginia is for Lovers

When most people think of Virginia, they often think of its capital city, Richmond, or historic Williamsburg, or even Virginia Beach. While those destinations certainly are worth a visit, there’s one city that for years has flown under the radar… New Weekly Article – Charlottesville, Virginia

TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – Sept 21

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – Sept 21United States• In one of the most highly anticipated meetings in years, the FOMC decided to delay liftoff from zero interestrate policy (ZIRP), delivering a highly dovish statement despite the continuing improvement in the U.S.economy.• Global uncertainty appeared to weigh heavily on the Committee members’ minds, with the Fed …
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