Business confidence in Canada has edged higher as global trade tensions have eased, but the Prairies, hard hit by a drop in energy prices, continue to remain a weak spot
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Deputy Governor Timothy Lane will discuss the bank’s interest rate decision at Thursday morning’s Local Breakfast Series, hosted by the Ottawa Business Journal and the Ottawa Board of Trade
Jobs numbers, bank earnings and a speech by the deputy governor of the Bank of Canada at our own Local Breakfast Series are some of the big stories to watch this coming week
The global economic picture has worsened, increasing risks to global growth and chances of financial stress that could spill over into Canada, the senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada said…
The Bank of Canada kept its key interest rate on hold Wednesday to position the country as an exception among advanced economies that have already started responding to a fading global economy.
MindBridge Ai has been tapped to pilot its artificial intelligence-powered audit platform with Canada’s central bank, which could give the fast-growing Ottawa firm a major reference customer
A new survey by the Bank of Canada suggests that business sentiment has edged higher but there are more pronounced differences between the Prairies, hard hit by the turmoil in the energy sector, and…
The Bank of Canada is holding steady on interest rates as it gauges the extent of the damage that deepening trade conflicts have had on the domestic and global economies
Ottawa’s annual rate of inflation crept slightly higher than the rest of the country in July, as national prices rose in line with Bank of Canada targets.
The Bank of Canada has lowered the rate used by mortgage stress tests to determine whether would-be homeowners can qualify, marking the first drop in three years