Outlook is at the optimistic range of the Bank of Canada’s most recent estimates.
RBC releases a five-point plan to help small business pivot to a post-pandemic economy.
Best-case scenario with no second wave of infections, OECD forecasts a global drop in economic output of 6% this year, and a rise of 2.8% next year.
Look at reduced demand for exports, supply chain disruptions, adverse domestic spending and financial liquidity constraints.
Alberta will continue to drive Canadian growth, while Ontario will stage a comeback.
Lingering recession in the 17-nation eurozone and cold weather dragged down growth earlier this year.
Decline raises fears that a recession continued into the final months of 2012.
Recovery is still shaky and will be too weak to drive a global rebound without a turnaround in the US and Europe.
Americans are expected to buy more this year, which will help boost US manufacturing output.
Harper tells business forum US won’t reach economic heights from a decade ago.
Chrysler’s adding 1,200 jobs at truck and engine plants, while Ford and GM introduce new models
Indicates possible economic recovery as Communist party readies to install new leadership.
More than half a million jobs have come back to the US, but they’re not the same as they were.
BDC survey suggests SMEs will invest in major machinery and equipment, HR, working capital and IT to boost productivity.
CAW president Lewenza says the union will ask Chrysler and GM to accept the deal as a pattern settlement.