Home News Research and Markets

Latest news in Research and Markets

Niagara Falls Ontario

Reports criticize Ontario’s public finances

Reducing Ontario’s personal and corporate income tax rates would attract investment and talent

Worried Young Couple Lying On Carpet Calculating Their savings, planning future, retirement fund

Household debt-to-income ratio should start winding down: central banker Wilkins

The latest figure for the household debt ratio shows Canadians’ burdens have remained in record-breaking territory at 170.4%

People Working Finance Stock Exchange ConceptPeople Working Finance Stock Exchange Concept

TSX closes higher; loonie falls

U.S. markets finished mixed

The Center Block and the Peace Tower in Parliament Hill

Feds to post deficits $8 billion bigger than expected over next two years: PBO report

The parliamentary budget officer estimates the Liberals will post a $22.1-billion shortfall this fiscal year

FSCO takes further step to protect syndicated mortgage investors

Court appoints FAAN Mortgage as trustee to oversee mortgage administrator BDMC

  • By: IE Staff
  • April 23, 2018 April 23, 2018
  • 10:10
Financial business chart and economic development

Inflation just over 2% for the whole year: It’s fine, says bank governor

Poloz highlights headwinds facing the Canadian economy as another reason for holding the line on rates.

Stock market background design

TSX closes higher

New York markets retreat

Inflation accelerates in March

Pump prices, airline tickets help propel Canada’s annual inflation rate to 2.3%

Stock market two boxing gloves with arrows with bull and bear

TSX, Wall Street markets close lower

Stocks battered by sliding commodity prices and disappointing earnings

stock market pricing abstract

Registration opens for Biggest Winner trading competition

Presented by Horizons ETFs Management, the competition allows investors to virtually trade ETFs in a number of different asset classes and investment strategies

  • April 19, 2018 May 7, 2018
  • 14:30
Office buildings in Toronto’s financial district

DBRS raises rating trend for four banks

The change follows the release of new bail-in regime regulations by the federal government

stock exchange graph

TSX makes strong gains on BoC outlook

U.S. markets up slightly

row of houses on spring street in toronto

Bank of Canada holds key interest rate steady as economic growth moderates

The central bank is expecting the economy to rebound in the second quarter with 2.5% growth

Businessman balancing bear bull financial managing stock market illustration

Advisors bearish in Q2

Bullish sentiment has declined in almost all asset classes

Business man drawing growth chart economic success

Canadian VC funding nears record in Q1 2018

VC money is increasingly drawn to Canada because of the stable economy and a highly skilled and diverse workforce

stock market pricing abstract

Resources, tech stocks lift TSX

U.S. stock markets were also up in Tuesday trading

graph with canadian flag

IMF trims Canadian economic growth outlook

The IMF forecasts 2.1% growth this year and 2% next year

Maintaining Profits economic growth chart businessmen illustration

Manufacturing sales up 1.9% in February

The rise came after two consecutive monthly declines

Stock market background design

North American stocks notch modest gains

Loonie rises against U.S. dollar

Many floating blue percent cubes

Rising interest rates starting to pinch more Canadians, poll says

The poll comes ahead of this week’s interest rate announcement from the Bank of Canada

Block Chain word with icons as vector illustration

Blockchain to have mixed credit implications for global banking systems: Moody’s

Canadian banks would be exposed to reductions in fee and commission revenues

upclose stock market arrows green and red

TSX edges higher as oil climbs

U.S. markets, loonie down

Montreal downtown skyscrapers in winter

March home sales volume plunges 22.7%

National average price down 10.4%: CREA

Abstract bitcoin crypto currency blockchain technology on global world map illustration

Cryptocurrencies aren’t financial state risk, but likely to be regulated: Carney

Despite the abuses of cryptocurrencies, they aren’t a risk because they’re still small and not connected to the financial system

Wall street sign in New York with American flags and New York Stock Exchange background.

TSX closes with modest gain

Dow soars more than 290 points