CHARLEBOIS: From higher commodity prices to lower business taxes to changes in available labour, Trump’s policies could dramatically alter agriculture
FINLAYSON: Widespread commodity price declines will depress the national economy through this year and probably into 2017
The superficial view that curbing speculation would avoid higher prices is wrong.
Spending by Canada’s resource sector represents 42% of all non-housing investment spending.
A look at Alberta’s economic performance over the last week.
What’s the forecast for the Canadian dollar in the second half of 2012?
China’s growth will likely continue, commodity prices will stabilize and the global economy will keep its Asian economic powerhouse.
Canada’s economy in the second quarter of 2012 got off to a good start with a healthy expansion in April.