TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – August 9

Highlights of the Week – August 9 United States• U.S. stock indices remained supported by the continued flow of favorable earnings releases. Bond yields and the U.S. dollar moved lower through Thursday but that dynamic reversed course with the robust payrolls report.• The American economy continued to churn out jobs at a robust pace in …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – July 31

Highlights of the Week – July 31 United States• It was a good start to the week for U.S. equities, with stock prices boosted by another round of strong earningsreports and a weakening in the US dollar to its lowest level in over a year. However, these gains were offset by dips in health care …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – July 24

Highlights of the Week – July 24 United States• It was a light domestic data week with investors focused on politics, central banks, and international data. U.S. equitiesset new records with the S&P 500 a mere 25 points from 2,500. while the dollar weakened broadly.• China’s economy grew by 6.9% y/y in Q2 with broad-based …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – July 17

Highlights of the Week – July 17 United States• Fedspeak took center stage this week. Fed Chair Yellen delivered prepared remarks to Congress, where amongother things, she acknowledged the uncertainty as to when inflation would rise back toward its target.• Taken together with Governor Brainard’s comments, markets interpreted the tone as dovish, with long-term Treasuryyields …
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Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – July 2017

Below is a quick snapshot of the Ottawa Real Estate Market and a link to our full newsletter. June Newsletter Summary: June 2017 saw 2,162 homes sell in Ottawa, compared to 1,985 in June 2016, an increase of 8.9%; The average sale price in June 2017 for a home in Ottawa was $434,502 an increase of …
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TD/ Canada Trust Economic Highlights – July 10/17

The Weekly Bottom Line Highlights of the Week – July 10 United States• Global bond yields moved higher this week following cautiously hawkish statements by central bankers last week.• Above-trend economic growth in advanced economies is expected to persist. But, inflation is expected to lag owingto a number of structural factors working to suppress price …
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