CIBC World Markets
Nervousness over market volatility keeping Canadians from taking the investment plunge.
Important and younger demographic influencing housing and consumer spending.
Even if Alberta runs a big deficit, it would take decades before it’s in the same debt situation as Ontario, CIBC report says.
Bank’s cheif economist anticipates exports “will be crushed” by the weakness in prices for oil and gas.
Falling oil prices give Canadians a big break at the pump as country wrestles with efficiency paradox.
Benjamin Tal notes Ontario’s manufacturing supply chains aren’t aligned to industries poised for the highest growth.
Report suggests lacking business investment isn’t being caused by financial limitations, but an unwillingness to do so.
Firmer global growth depends on central banks keeping interest rates steady in 2014, notes a CIBC World Markets report.
Absence of wage pressures means Bank of Canada will let economy run.
As largest global economies companies will ramp up spending to meet demand.
Potash production represents about 1.5% of Canadian goods exports.
They’re not tapping vast emerging market potential, according to a CIBC report.
Report suggests GDP growth will slip to 1.7% in 2013.
Reports call pipeline expansion a “national priority”.
A new report suggests more Canadians are choosing to start their own businesses, not because they’re forced too.