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Category Archives: Canada

Why Global Warming is Good

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Jul 20, 2017 One of my greatest concerns with all this Global Warming nonsense is that nobody seems to ever plot weather against the rise and fall of civilization. When you do, you arrive at a strikingly different perspective of global warming. The greatest advancements in civilization have ALWAYS taken place during periods […]

America Has a New Threat From a Very Unexpected Source -CANADA

thecommonsenseshow.com / By Dave Hodges / July 17th, 2017 People of Canada Beware! Trudeau is making our two nations into enemies. This is a shocking development and is completely unacceptable. The entire story is in the following the video. SOURCE The post America Has a New Threat From a Very Unexpected Source -CANADA appeared first on Silver For The […]

America Has a New Threat From a Very Unexpected Source -CANADA

thecommonsenseshow.com / By Dave Hodges / July 17th, 2017 People of Canada Beware! Trudeau is making our two nations into enemies. This is a shocking development and is completely unacceptable. The entire story is in the following the video. SOURCE The post America Has a New Threat From a Very Unexpected Source -CANADA appeared first on Silver For The […]

Aussie Scales New Highs for the Year, as the Greenback Remains on the Defensive

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / July 14, 2017 The Australian dollar has taken over leadership in the dollar bloc from the Canadian dollar.  The Aussies are up about 0.35% today to extend this week’s gains to more than 2% and reach a new high for the year a little more than $0.7760.   The Canadian dollar is up 1.1% […]

Bank of Canada Raises Rates for First Time in 7 Years

mises.org / Caleb McMillan / July 13, 2017 With the economy expected to “grow by 2.8% in 2017” up from their April forecast of 2.6%, the Bank of Canada has decided to raise interest rates for the first time in 7 years to 0.75% It may be minor, but it should be just enough for the […]

Loonie Bulls? Sold To You!

Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist blog, Remember back in May when all the hedge funds were short Canadian Dollars up the whazoo? At the time, I was worried the excessive pessimism might cause CAD to rally (Loonie Bears are the New Cool Kids). Well, since then, the Loonie has rallied 6.50% even […]

Events Not Data Key in Week Ahead

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / June 19, 2017 It is a light week for economic data from the G7, and for the reports that are on tap are unlikely to change the consensus scenario in the aftermath of major central bank meetings in the first half of the month.    Canada may be the chief exception […]

‘Retail Apocalypse’ Moves North As Sears Canada Admits Its Future Is In “Serious Doubt”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 13, 2017 The retail apocalypse that has caused the closing of thousands of department stores in the US – not to mention the evaporation of tens of billions of dollars in market capitalization – is moving north: Sears Canada revealed Tuesday that it’s exploring a sale or a possible restructuring […]

How to Prepare for the Coming 40% Crash

caseyresearch.com / By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch / May 30, 2017 Get ready for a 40% plunge. That’s David Rosenberg’s message to investors. Rosenberg, as you may know, is one of today’s top economists. But unlike most economists, he’s actually worth listening to. You see, Rosenberg doesn’t work for the government or some think tank. Instead, he oversees […]

New Home Prices Are Over 50% Higher In Canada Than The US

zerohedge.com / by Kaitlin Last via BetterDwelling.com / May 28, 2017 The price of new homes is quickly diverging in Canada and the US.  Data from the Canadian Housing and Mortgage Corporation (CMHC) show that new homes are selling for substantially more than the same time last year. Meanwhile south of the border, data from the […]