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November 22, 2022

Speech: Ottawa chapter of Young Canadians in Finance

Assessment of risks to the stability of the Canadian financial system — Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Rogers takes part in a fireside chat hosted by the Ottawa chapter of Young Canadians in Finance (12:00 (ET) approx.).

November 22, 2022

Tracking the financial vulnerabilities of households and the housing market

The Bank of Canada is publishing a new set of indicators of financial vulnerabilities. This will allow households, the private sector, financial authorities and governments to better understand and monitor the evolution of two key vulnerabilities in the financial system: the elevated level of household indebtedness and high house prices.
November 22, 2022

Indicators of financial vulnerabilities

Learn about the indicators we use to track the evolution of two vulnerabilities in the Canadian economy: the elevated level of household indebtedness and high house prices.

Variable-rate mortgages with fixed payments: Examining trigger rates

Staff Analytical Note 2022-19 Stephen Murchison, Maria teNyenhuis
We estimate the share of variable-rate mortgages with fixed payments that reached the so-called trigger rate—the interest rate at which mortgage payments no longer cover the principal. Amid rising interest rates, this share was close to 50% at the end of October 2022 and could potentially reach 65% in 2023.
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