US economy plunged an annualized 31.7% in Q2
Previous worst quarterly drop since record-keeping began in 1947 was a 10% annualized loss in 1958.
Ontario cities continue their road to recovery in 2015
A weaker Canadian dollar and solid US economy will continue to drive stronger manufacturing activity.
US demand to fuel Canadian export growth in 2015
Industrial capacity constraints in the US will help global economic growth over the next two years, an EDC report says.
Pace of manufacturing growth slows: RBC
January RBC PMI reading was 51.7 on a seasonally adjusted basis, down from 53.5 in December.
Stronger growth forecast for US economy in 2014
US unemployment rate is on track to decline to 6.5% by 2015, and job gains will be spread across most economic sectors.
BoC no longer expects Q3 economic growth of 3.8%
Q3 will likely show more moderate growth of 2% to 2.5%: BoC’s senior deputy governor.
US economy accelerates 2.5%, propelled by consumer spending
Businesses respond to boosted demand by rebuilding stockpiles.
Traders expect BoC to hold line on rates
After weak employment report, rate hikes are likely further away than previously thought.
BoC could raise rates 0.5% this year, says RBC outlook
Move would hinge on Canadian economic growth keeping its momentum.
US shrugs off Sandy, adds 146,000 jobs
Unemployment dips to 7.7%, the US economy’s lowest jobless rate in four years.
Canadian business optimistic about US economy after vote: BMO
Performance of the US economy drops to 6th on list of biggest challenges for Canadian business, from #1 last year.
Manufacturing to outpace economy
Exports will climb by 10 per cent: CME