TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – May 20

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – May 20 United States Eurozone GDP for Q1 sorely disappointed and has, alongside weak inflation figures across the currency bloc, prompted the ECB to in earnest consider additional stimulus come June. Japanese GDP surprised to the upside in Q1, as consumers pulled forward consumption ahead of the tax hike, while …
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TD/Canada Trust Economic Highlights – May 13

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – May 13 United States U.S. trade data surprised to the downside with the deficit narrowing by a paltry $1.5 billion and landing at $40.4 billion. The details of the report were relatively constructive, with exports rising by 2.1 m/m, outpac­ing the 1.1% m/m gain in imports. On Wednesday, FOMC Chair …
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TD / Canada Trust Economic Highlights – May 6

  HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – May 6 United States Wednesday’s release of the first estimate of real GDP growth in Q1 showed that the winter left a bigger dent than expected, with economic growth basically stalling in the first quarter of 2014 at 0.1% (saar). Fortunately, other data out this week offered plenty of …
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Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – May 2014

May Newsletter Summary: April 2014 saw 1,420 homes sell in Ottawa, a decrease of 9.5% from April 2013. The average sale price in April 2014 for a home in Ottawa was $374,015 an increase of 0.8% over April 2013. Average “Days on Market” for a listing is currently 45 days in Ottawa.  Read page 2 …
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Home By Design Article – Modern Moskoka

A little Country in the City….read about about how Interior designers shape environments for a variety of situations. New Weekly Article – Modern Muskoka  

TD / Canada Trust Economic Highlights – April 28

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – April 28 United States Existing home sales declined 0.2% m/m to 4.59 million (annualized) units in March. Despite this, the re­port surprised to the upside with the median consensus forecast calling for a sharper 1% decline on the month. New home sales declined 14.5% m/m, falling to 384k units in …
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