RBC cuts growth forecast; blames drop in oil prices
GDP to grow by 2.4% this year, down 0.3% from December’s forecast.
One in three Canadians aren’t saving for retirement: RBC Poll
Women in particular are unprepared for their post-career lives.
Broader export demand to drive Canadian economy: RBC
Ontario tops provincial GDP growth ranking.
SMEs bounce back from recession, but still face challenges: RBC
Rising input costs, demand fluctuations, and increasing competition are factors still causing problems for Canada’s small businesses.
Increased external demand will drive GDP growth: RBC
Improvements should motivate Canada’s businesses to increase their pace of investment and hiring, the bank says.
Improving global economy will support Canadian growth: RBC Economics
Economic growth will be fuelled by persistent support from low interest rates coupled with strong demand for exports.
Ontario’s economy will grow despite lacklustre exports, manufacturing production
RBC has revised its forecast for provincial real GDP growth to 1.3% in 2013, down from 1.7%.
Canadian GDP gets real in 2013 at 1.9%: RBC Economics
Global economy to grow modestly for the rest of the year.
Global economy slowing Canadian growth: IMF
The International Monetary Fund is downgrading prospects for Canada and other advanced countries as the global economy enters a dangerous new phase.
Economy riding out choppy global waters: RBC
Expect the Canadian economy to turn in slightly less robust growth in 2011, thanks to a contraction in the second quarter combined with softer growth in the EU and the US, but the economy will pick up in 2012, according to RBC Economics.