TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – Nov. 24

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – Nov. 24 United States International economic data was disappointing this week. Japan entered a technical recession in the third quarter, and euro zone and Chinese Purchasing Managers’ Indexes both decelerated this month. Dovish comments by Mario Draghi, in addition to an interest rate cut in China, helped inject some pep …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – Nov. 20

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – Nov. 20 United States With the U.S. slipping into its typical post payrolls data lull, the focus this week primarily squared around international data and the continued decline in the price of crude oil. At the time of writing, the front futures contract for WTI is down 4.5% for the …
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Home by Design Article – A Hearty Meal

This time of year, farmers work overtime to bring their wares to our dinner table. The flavors of the autumn harvest are unlike any other, and they beg to be enjoyed. But instead of rushing to create a meal, take your time in the kitchen and appreciate all it has to offer…. New Weekly Article …
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TD/Canada Trust Economic Highlights – Nov. 11

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – Nov 11           United States As the Fed stopped expanding its balance sheet, the ECB looks to take its balance sheet €1 trillion higher over the next two years, highlighting the increasingly diverging monetary policy paths of the Fed and BoE on one hand and ECB and BoJ on the …
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Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – November 2014

November Newsletter Summary: October 2014 saw 1,121 homes sell in Ottawa, an increase of 2.9% from October 2013. The average sale price in October 2014 for a home in Ottawa was $355,813 a decrease of 1.2% over October 2013. Average “Days on Market” for a listing is currently 53 days in Ottawa. Average “Cumulative Days …
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Home By Design Article – Creature Comforts

How to attract wildlife into your garden…..Birds, bees, butterflies, dragonflies, and hummingbird moths are just a few of the beneficial and beautiful creatures that might populate your garden—if you provide the right environment. Every living thing has three basic needs: food, water, and shelter. Provide for those needs, and they will come. New Weekly Article …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – Nov. 3

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – Nov. 3 United States The Federal Reserve announced the end of its quantitative easing (QE) program this week. The accom­panying statement was optimistic on the prospects for economic growth and the recovery in the labor market and downplayed the recent moves in inflation. Financial markets took the end of QE …
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