Mortgage News & Events
A Canadian lender has pushed mortgage rates to their lowest level in at least two years in a bold move to gain market share and publicity.
Toronto’s spring real estate market is not for the faint of heart in the best of years but perhaps never has it been so hair-raising as in the spring of 2014.
Darcie Lloyd has had little sleep, or peace of mind, since historic floods hit southern Alberta 10 months ago.
U.S. Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen and Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz share a predicament.
Stephen Poloz wants to make sure we keep our eye on the right ball when gauging the Canada’s monetary policy direction. His message: Don’t pay too much attention to the current upward pressures on inflation. They won’t matter much unless we get the follow-through on exports and business investment that the Bank of Canada boss has long been...
Despite warnings of a market correction, sales reach record levels, more than double the year-earlier period
Competing offers from financial institutions that can defray or eliminate monthly chequing account charges are worth a closer look
OTTAWA -- The federal government has named its first Financial Literacy Leader, a position aimed at helping Canadians sort out facts from spin on everything from managing credit card debt to choosing the best bank account.
The idea of shrinking the biggest U.S. banks may not be dead yet. The eight largest are adding billions of additional padding while also dealing with new rules on capital and liquidity. Federal Reserve boss Janet Yellen still isn’t certain that’s enough. Sure, it’s the Fed’s job to worry. But banking behemoths and their investors are already...
When Stephen Poloz leaves the Bank of Canada's key interest rate at 1 per cent on Wednesday it will be the 29th consecutive meeting that the central bank does nothing.