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Canadian housing markets take a slight dip but remain strong

May 11, 2021 |Robert Hogue

Inventories generally remain low, leaving few options for buyers to fight over and fueling widespread bidding wars.

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House prices spiked further across Canada, despite more sellers

Apr 19, 2021 |Robert Hogue

Soaring prices and the start of the spring season attracted more sellers, according to early reports from local real estate boards.

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How Canada can thrive in a new global trade landscape

Mar 31, 2021 |Naomi Powell

The world’s supply chains have endured many blows this century: 9/11, the global financial crisis, the Fukushima earthquake, Brexit. But even in that context, the past year stands out.

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Vaccines Put Global Economy on Recovery Track

Mar 19, 2021 |Craig Wright, Dawn Desjardins and Nathan Janzen

The outlook for the global economy improved significantly as vaccine production and distribution ramped up with real GDP expected to increase by 5½% in 2021.

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And Now the Reset: 9 ways COVID has changed consumers, and business, for the decade ahead

Mar 15, 2021 |John Stackhouse

As the pandemic crosses the one-year mark, its early lessons are proving to have remarkable staying power.

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COVID Further Clouded the Outlook for Canadian Women at Risk of Disruption

Mar 04, 2021 |Dawn Desjardins & Carrie Freestone

Almost half a million Canadian women who lost their jobs during the pandemic hadn’t returned to work as of January.

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Davos 2021: Seven challenges for COVID-19 and beyond

Feb 05, 2021 |RBC Wealth Management

This year’s virtual World Economic Forum tried to address the challenges shaping 2021. RBC’s CEO Dave McKay shares his takeaways.

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A Spotlight on the Labour Market: An Uneven Recovery

Nov 23, 2020 |Dawn Desjardins
RBC’s New Canadian Monthly Macroeconomic Series In the second edition of The Economic Pulse, Dawn Desjardins, RBC’s Deputy Chief Economist takes a closer look at the fragmented recovery of the Canadian labour market and provides her outlook as Canada...
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Canada’s Housing Markets Strong in October Despite Surge in Downtown Condo Supply

Nov 06, 2020 |Robert Hogue

Call it a carbon copy of September: Canada’s largest housing markets remained piping hot last month—at, or near record highs—with suburbs getting much of the action and downtown areas seeing a lot of condos put up for sale.

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Seven Ways COVID-19 Is Affecting Canadian Housing

Oct 30, 2020 |Robert Hogue

Among the seismic shifts the pandemic has spurred across the Canadian economy, few are as profound as those that have rocked Canadian real estate.

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