Canada Economics Weekly
The Week Ahead
This weekly publication contains our key views on current trends and recent developments in the Canadian economy, and provide forecasts and detailed analysis of the events and data releases in the week ahead.
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- 6 June, 2011 in Budget unlikely to differ much from first version
- 30 May, 2011 in Second quarter growth slowdown
- 23 May, 2011 in Housing renovation boom on shaky ground
- 16 May, 2011 in Underlying inflation remains benign
- 9 May, 2011 in Business sector will buffer construction downturn
- 2 May, 2011 in Housing bubble a national problem
- 25 April, 2011 in Economy vulnerable to a commodities correction
- 18 April, 2011 in Bank of Canada’s economic update overly optimistic
- 11 April, 2011 in Debate on corporate tax rates warms up
- 4 April, 2011 in Fiscal stresses mean no big election giveaways
- 28 March, 2011 in Consensus forecast for GDP growth is too high
- 21 March, 2011 in Underlying inflation will remain muted