U.S. inflation picked up in August on surging energy prices

U.S. inflation picked up in August on surging energy prices

September 18, 2023 |Claire Fan and Abbey Xu

RBC Economics provides a monthly analysis of the key indicators on price trends in the United States.

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2022 tax preparation reminders

January 13, 2023 |RBC Family Office Services

With the 2022 personal income tax return filing deadline fast approaching, this is a great time to see if you’re taking advantage of all of the tax benefits you may be entitled to.

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Proof Point: Is Canada becoming a nation of renters?

December 07, 2022 |Robert Hogue and Rachel Battaglia

Burgeoning rentership will put tremendous pressure on our rental stock—already stretched and inadequate in many parts of the country.

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I'm in my 20s—do I need a Will?

November 15, 2022 |Tony Maiorino, Vice President and Director – Head, RBC Family Office Services

As a young adult, having a valid Will and power of attorney may seem like something you only need to pay attention to later in life. Find out why these plans are important, whether you're 25 or 85.

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How the family office is redefining itself in the age of uncertainty

November 14, 2022 |RBC Family Office Services

Agile, growth-focused moves by family offices in the last two years have helped enterprising families grow their wealth and expand their legacy.

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2022 Fall Economic Statement: Key measures that may have a direct impact on you

November 03, 2022 |RBC Family Office Services

We analyze the 2022 Fall Economic Statement and summarize the measures that may affect Canadians and their families.

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Proof Point: The housing-charged boom in Canadian net wealth is over

October 26, 2022 |Nathan Janzen and Carrie Freestone

The decline in household wealth comes at a time when Canadians are already feeling the squeeze of higher inflation and rising interest rates.

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The price of power: How to cut Canada's net zero electricity bill

September 20, 2022 |Colin Guldimann

Is Canada ready to meet a 50% surge in electricity consumption over the next decade? It's a tall order, even unlikely at our current pace of decision-making.

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Forceful BoC surprises with 100 bp hike

July 14, 2022 |Josh Nye
100 bp hike topped widespread expectations for a 75 bp increase BoC front-loading the path to higher rates amid excess demand, high inflation and rising inflation expectations “Interest rates will need to rise further”; we see 3.25% policy rate by October...
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Immigration Nation: New Canadians are vital to an aging society

June 29, 2022 |Nathan Janzen, Claire Fan and Carrie Freestone

A wave of new Canadians is coming—and just in time.

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