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November 2009 Inflation Rate

Canada's annual inflation rose 0.9 per cent in November up from 0.1 per cent in October. November is the second straight month increase, due mainly from higher gasoline prices. The increase is the fastest rate in eight months. Gas prices were 14.1% higher in the month compared to November 2008. Housing costs declined by 1.7% mainly from home heating costs and natural gas falling 29.7% and fuel oil ...

No Change to Rates at Bank of Canada’s Meeting

The Bank of Canada left its key lending rate at 0.25%…as pretty much the whole world expected. Not much changed from the Bank of Canada’s last announcement in October.  In its statement today it said: “The target overnight rate can be expected to remain at its current level until the end of the second quarter of 2010.” “While significant fragilities ...

PILLAR TO POST - e-POSTNORES MICHAEL KELSEY

Pillar To Post - ePostNotes From: Michael Kelsey To:   Received: Monday, November 30, 2009 10:01:43 AM   as emailed to muriel.dunford@century21.ca  Pillar To Post welcomes your comments and concerns. You can contact us: Click Here     ...

HOUSING STARTS HIT THEIR HIGHEST LEVEL IN NOVEMBER

Tavia Grant GLOBE AND MAIL Published on Tuesday, Dec. 08, 2009 8:17AM EST Last updated on Tuesday, Dec. 08, 2009 8:33AM EST Housing starts hit their highest level this year in November, more proof that Canada's real-estate market has clawed out of recession. Starts rose slightly to 158,500 units, on a seasonally adjusted basis, up from 157,400 in October as single-home construction outweighed ...