The Bank of Japan raised its economic growth forecasts, but kept its policy unchanged, as was widely expected.
Rising house prices and consumer indebtedness, particularly among already indebted Canadians, is a worry because the economic picture could change without warning, Bank of Canada’s Deputy Governor Sylvain Leduc said on Monday.
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The Bank of Japan is set to keep monetary policy steady on Tuesday and seek to allay speculation of an early tapering of its massive stimulus, as recent bond market turbulence puts to the test its revamped policy framework that aims to control the yield curve.
As the benchmark index hits 20,000, it’s time to review which components are cheap and which are expensive.
The U.S. dollar is set to see big gains under President Trump, according to macro strategist Raoul Pal.
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The British Columbia government has started accepting applications for its new interest-free loan program for first-time home buyers. BNN’s Jameson Berkow has the details.
British Columbia’s premier has announced her government is amending its tax on foreigners buying property in Metro Vancouver.