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Bank Of Canada Holds Benchmark Rate Steady At 0.5 Per Cent In 2017

Bank Of Canada Holds Benchmark Rate Steady At 0.5 Per Cent In 2017The Bank of Canada is holding its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 0.5 per cent and providing a deeper concern on the risks associated with the big economic changes expected to come out of a Trump presidency. On one side central bank’s keeping on with the same interest rate shows improvement signs of Canadian economy but it also warn uncertainty attached due to potential policy changes expected from the United States, after all we are the largest trading partner.

Following is the news article from Mortgage Intelligence is especially selected for the blog readers that are looking to get especially a mortgage in 2017 at the same lower rates, although, it’s been expected to stay benchmark interest rates low in Canada till 2020 with a possibility of further cut down in rates if the Canadian economy continues to contract:

Bank of Canada holds benchmark rate steady at 0.5%.

Mortgage Intelligence
12.07.2016

Bank of Canada holds benchmark rate steady again.

The Bank of Canada announced today that it is holding the benchmark interest rate unchanged at 0.5%, noting that “growth in the 3rd quarter rebounded strongly, but more moderate growth is anticipated in the 4th” and that “a significant amount of economic slack remains in Canada.” Bond yields have crept higher since the U.S. election, reflecting “market anticipation of fiscal expansion in a U.S. economy that is near full capacity.” Higher bond yields have caused our fixed mortgage rates to rise in conjunction.

This fall, the Ministry of Finance introduced four new mortgage tightening measures intended to cool the housing markets (aimed primarily at Vancouver and Toronto), reduce foreign investor home flipping, and control the levels of Canadian household debt. The Ministry also has introduced risk sharing on mortgages for the Chartered Banks which puts upward pressure on mortgage rates as lenders need to set aside higher levels of capital for certain types of funds. More than half of Canada’s $1.4 trillion home loan market is made up of insured mortgages with all of the risk on the Canadian taxpayer – and that is now changing. On November 1, one of the Chartered Banks’ mortgage prime rate for variable mortgages jumped 0.15 points to 2.85 per cent, and it’s expected others may follow.

The Central Bank has predicted throughout 2016 that it expects oil prices and the Canadian dollar to stay close to the $49 US for a barrel of crude (currently around $51.85 US per barrel at December 5th), and 77 cents US for the Canadian dollar (currently at 75 cents US at December 5th). Low interest rates help keep the Canadian dollar low which in turn aids our export market, however global demand for our products has stalled. The European Union members’ debt crisis, global oil-price collapse, and Brexit have undermined markets and consumer confidence. In addition, the uncertainty over our trade position with the U.S. as a result of the U.S. election is expected to delay capital spending and business investment in Canada.

We expect to see interest rates staying low in Canada well into 2020 and the benchmark interest rate can be cut further if the Canadian economy continues to contract. The Bank of Canada believes it must continue its monetary policy of ultra-low rates to control inflation, stimulate other sectors of the economy besides housing and spur our Canadian export market.

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Bank Of Canada holds benchmark rate steady at 0.5 per cent in 2017; lets see what unknown big economic changes of Trump presidency may bring any change to our financial forecast. Hope for the best, good luck.

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Bank of Canada’s Lowest Ever Interest-Rate Relief According To Canadian Consumer View Point

Lending rates hit record low when Bank of Canada announced last month, on January 20th that it would cut its key policy rate by half a percentage point. Instant market reaction was detected when BOC chopped its main interest to historical lowest rate ever.

Banking sector depresses Stocks and Loonie down after Bank of Canada cuts interest rate by half a point! The Toronto stock market was down over 100 points in early trading that took composite index tumbled latter at 177.7 points to 8,663.8 while Canadian dollar was down half a cent US after the Bank of Canada cut its key interest rate to one per cent.

On the other hand Canadian senior citizens don’t seem to be happy with the interest cut down because their interest returns on their investment and saving with the bank will affect their already fixed and limited means to squeeze more.

What Does It Affect You As A Debtor On Having Various Forms Of Debt?

  • Canadian Consumer Having A Mortgage Loan!

Fixed-rate pricing on downward trend! If your interest rate is fixed, pricing for fixed rate mortgages is higher than it normally would be, as lenders are accounting for higher perceived risk in the financial services industry.  The spread between a five-year Government of Canada Bond (1.58 per cent) and a competitive fixed rate mortgage rate (4.79 per cent) is now 3.21 per cent – which is much higher than what we have seen over the last few years.

Variable mortgages offer savings! If you have a variable rate mortgage, your payment level in most cases will remain the unchanged, but more of your payment will go towards the principal and less to interest. So you will be paying off your home more quickly. Moreover, whether the lower policy rate from the Bank of Canada will translate to lower interest rates for some borrowers remains to be seen, but variable-rate mortgages are still a cheaper option than they were a year ago.

  • Canadian Consumer Having A Credit Card!

Credit cards will likely remain where they are, at least for the time being. Given the state of the economy, credit-card companies are concerned about potentially higher delinquency rates. Their write-offs tend to be higher in tough economic times.

  • Canadian Consumer Having A Car Loan!

Car industry is going through a hard economic situation globally and so does here in Canada, although sluggish export results low production, high prices and cut jobs but government has taken timely steps to improve its efficiency in a way domestic sales on car prices will stay at moderate level. So, car loans seem to have remained fairly steady.

  • Canadian Consumer Having A Lines Of Credit!

Reduction in the prime rate leads to immediate savings for those who have variable rate mortgages, lines of credit and other floating interest rate loans. If your line of credit is tied to the prime rate and you are paying interest only, your payment will decrease. If you have a set payment, more of it will be applied to the principal and less to the interest.

  • Is It A Best Time For The Investors!

In trading business, your success depends on your purchase, that’s why big companies have more margins in their sales than the smaller companies because they cant get the benefits associated with the bulk purchases. Anyhow, it’s a best time especially for those who are having a right investment plan or opportunity where they can reinvest their borrowed money on such low interest rate. Although, most of the people will also planning to take advantage of more low interest rate by a half-percentage point which is expected to fall in June 10, 2009. But remember this next interest rate fall is not confirmed because it will only implemented if economy required to keep moving. But if you have a right investment today, tomorrow you may not, so don’t pass it away I guess I can see it being somewhat attractive.

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Gas Price Is Expected To Rise Upto $1.50 Per Litre This Summer

According to the Jason Toews, co-founder of Gasbuddy.com, this summer will turn into miserable for most of the people across the country in relation to the rising gas prices that is expected to reach in between C$1.40 to C$1.50 per liter. This highest ever possibility of 25 percent increase from the last average rate of gasoline throughout Canada is an alarming situation, where prevailing average rate of C$1.20 been already in a discussion among various groups as an injustice and a burden to the society. Looking up the upside price trend of petroleum products internationally it seems that the probability did come out by combining hard facts and figures around us and above all there is definitely something more serious that have devalued our dollar value to a quarter part without changing its face value and exchange rate with the other currencies at all, that means every one is suffering not even in Canada but through out the world.


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