BMI View: Canadian consumers face headwinds arising from high household indebtedness levels,
increasing housing prices as well as negative labour market trends. Taking into consideration the subdued
overall country's economic situation, negatively affected by the lowe ..."
BMI View: Canadian consumers face headwinds arising from high household indebtedness levels, rising
housing prices as well as negative labour market trends. Taking into consideration the subdued overall
country's economic situation, negatively affected by the lower oi ..."
BMI View: Although Canada, as an energy exporter, has been negatively affected by low oil prices, we
believe the outlook for the food, drink and grocery retail markets remains reasonably attractive. There are
notable opportunities, such as organic foods, that should c ..."
BMI View: While 2015 marks the nadir of Canada's oil-related economic slowdown, we project a low
average growth trajectory over the coming years. This is because despite early indications that a weaker
exchange rate and stronger US demand are driving up vehicle and co ..."
BMI View: Canada's economy is likely to have undergone a technical recession in the first half of 2015
(defined as two consecutive quarters of negative growth) as the repercussions from falling oil prices hit the
resource industry, and leading indicators show that the ..."
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BMI View: The collapse in global oil prices will see Canada's energy-related fixed investment fall and
unemployment rise, which will hurt household spending levels this year and next. Our latest oil-price
revisions have prompted us to downgrade Canada's real GDP growt ..."
BMI View: We have lowered our real GDP growth forecast for Canada to 2.1% in 2015, down from 2.3%
and see slightly lower growth in 2016 (2.3% versus 2.4% previously). The sharp drop in oil prices will
prolong Canada's economic rebalancing, by weighing on fixed investm ..."
BMI View: The key theme for Canada's economy over the coming years will remain 'rebalancing', as
private consumption and high oil prices can no longer be relied upon to provide robust economic growth.
High household debt levels will require a period of prolonged delev ..."
BMI View: The most important challenge for private consumption growth in Canada over the next two to
three years is the daunting level of private debt that has continued to build up in the past five years. We
therefore do not expect major growth in the value of Canada ..."