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The leading macroeconomic research consultancy

Canada Chart Book

Aims to give a monthly snapshot view of the economy in chart form.

Sample - Canada's exporters struggling to tap US recovery

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Canadian oil no longer selling at a discountLower Canadian dollar won't cure export bluesEconomy more unbalanced than beforeLow inflation may soon prompt easing biasFaster economic growth won't be sustainedEnergy rebound boosts third-quarter GDP growthThird-quarter GDP growth won't be sustainedCanada's second-half showing likely to disappointCanada's sluggish export 'led' recoveryEconomy decelerates in second quarter
GDP growth to be pulled down by domestic weaknessHousing starts likely to decline furtherBusiness pullback could not come at worse timeCanada's exporters struggling to tap US recoveryInflation falls to three-year lowDownward trend in housing investment will persistExport growth likely to remain hard foughtHousing starts likely to slump next yearLabour market slack likely to increaseHigh household debt difficult to hurdle
Canada's sub-par economic performanceLower oil prices threaten investment prospectsDomestic demand prospects looking less sureHousing market continues to raise eyebrowsInflation still poised to declineEconomic growth likely to slow further in 2012Economy stumbles in the fourth quarterEconomy likely grew by 2% in fourth quarterDomestic demand growth continues to slowEconomy avoids recession this year
Commodity price plunge threatens economic recoveryIs the squeeze on real household income over?Financial turmoil may undermine economic recoveryHousing starts may have peaked this yearExport recovery lacks volumeCanada's 'V' shape housing recoveryLabour market slack remains highLeading indicator points to modest GDP growthFood prices will push headline inflation higherEconomic growth to remain muted
US demand dampens Q3 GDP growth (Canada)