US stimulus exit to hit loonie, lift interest rates, but that’s good for Canada
A stronger US economy and a weaker loonie will support commodity prices and boost demand for Canadian exports.
Canadian mining deal value and volume down in 2012
Canada maintains high stake in global M&A activity.
Prices dropping, expect capital cuts in the oilpatch
Canadian producers whacked by the double-discount on crude.
Q1 productivity growth is sluggish
Commodity prices will represent a ceiling for gains: TD Economics.
Higher resource prices not so good for Canada
Rising commodity prices may not fuel the economic boom for Canada it once did, according to a report from CIBC World Markets Inc.
Resourceful provinces big economic winners
If your business is located in a resource-rich province, hang on to your hat: high commodity prices mean boom times ahead. Not so much in manufacturing centres Ontario, and Quebec, however, where growth will be fair to poor.