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Never underestimate the importance of psychology to the markets.
We've got bad news for midwestern states that voted for Trump.
Toronto's price surge will end this year, Capital Economics predicts.
The cure for irrationality may be a mortgage rate hike.
Donald Trump may want to look at all the facts before scrapping NAFTA.
Toronto and Vancouver are the "most vulnerable" markets, NBF says.
We used to be an oil and manufacturing power. What will we be now?
Global comparison puts Canadian home affordability in perspective.
Two years after oil crash began, Canada's move away from oil is elusive.
Prices aren't spiking everywhere. Good news?
Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa houses are the most affordable on record.
Canada’s manufacturing sector has finally recovered from the financial crisis and recession of 2008-09, and all it took was
The rush ahead of new mortgage rules will continue until the summer, NBF says.
Canadian retail sales took an unexpected dive over the holidays, Statistics Canada data shows, convincing some experts that
Some economists say a large deficit is just what's needed right now.
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper was on the campaign trail Thursday touting what his government is calling a return to
Canadian home prices hit a record high in May despite signs of an “oversupply” in many markets, National Bank Financial said