19 October 2016 Monetary Policy Report - October 2016Growth in the Canadian economy is expected to increase from 1.1 per cent this year to about 2.0 per cent in 2017 and 2018.
7 October 2016 Business Outlook Survey - Autumn 2016The autumn Business Outlook Survey provides some signs of improving business prospects, as resource-related activity appears to be gradually bottoming out and foreign demand is providing steady support to firms’ sales expectations.
7 October 2016 Senior Loan Officer Survey - Third-Quarter 2016Survey results suggest that overall business-lending conditions were largely unchanged during the third quarter of 2016.
29 August 2016 Quarterly Financial Report - Second Quarter 2016Quarterly Financial Report - Second Quarter 2016 - For the period ended 30 June 2016
13 July 2016 Monetary Policy Report – July 2016Canadian economic growth is projected to accelerate from 1.3 per cent this year to 2.2 per cent in 2017.
4 July 2016 Business Outlook Survey - Summer 2016The summer Business Outlook Survey indicates that overall business sentiment is subdued. The boost from foreign demand remains insufficient to outweigh the continued drag from commodity-related activity combined with modest domestic demand.
4 July 2016 Senior Loan Officer Survey - Second-Quarter 2016Survey results suggest that overall business-lending conditions continued to tighten during the second quarter of 2016 for both price and non-price conditions.
9 June 2016 Securities Financing and Bond Market LiquidityThis report investigates how the markets for repurchase agreements and securities-lending agreements support the liquidity of Canadian bond markets. It also discusses how recent regulatory changes, as well as low interest rates and settlement failures, are potentially affecting securities-financing markets and, as a result, bond market liquidity.
9 June 2016 Financial System Review - June 2016
The Financial System Review concludes that the overall level of risk to Canada’s financial system is largely unchanged from six months ago. While household vulnerabilities have moved higher, the ongoing economic recovery in Canada means that the overall risk remains the same. The Bank highlights three vulnerabilities in the financial system: the elevated level of household indebtedness, imbalances in some regional housing markets and the fragility of liquidity in fixed-income markets.