News Manufacturing Economy General
March 21, 2018  

Scotiabank CEO downplays concerns raised over Canadian debt levels

Porter says IMF should look at the “other side of the balance sheet” which has kept pace or outgrown the size of the debt.

News Manufacturing Economy General
November 27, 2017  

We can handle the risks if NAFTA terminates: BMO

Bank report estimates a net reduction of between 0.7% and 1% over a five-year period in real GDP.

News Automotive Manufacturing General
April 4, 2017  

Light trucks power March new vehicle sales to record of 187,000

Well on the way to setting another annual record: BMO chief economist.

News Manufacturing General
April 29, 2016  

Canadian economy contracts in February

First monthly decline since September, manufacturing output slips.

News Economy
April 21, 2014  

4% of business owners say lower loonie is no big deal: BMO

Only 27% cite a benefit from a weaker dollar, 18% are worse off.

News General
November 20, 2012  

IMF eyes elevating loonie to elite global reserve currencies

Could put more upward pressure on the dollar.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations
August 13, 2012  

Bright spots in July’s dim jobs report: TD

Still adding full-time jobs monthly despite economic concerns.

News Business Operations
October 12, 2011  

Private companies hot on growth, despite slump

The threat of a global economic slump hasn’t cooled the confidence of Canadian private companies, according to global consulting company PwC’s insights survey; in fact, they’re hotter than ever for growth and expansion.