With the news of West Face Capital Inc.'s lawsuit against Home Capital making the rounds, industry professionals don't think the former has much of a case, with one going so far as to call the litigation buyer's remorse
One big bank makes a case for why the next move on rates may be out of the hands of the Bank of Canada.
Canadians household debt could be put under increased risk by the low oil prices according to a new report.
The latest Canadian Confidence Index from Bloomberg Nanos shows an overall increase in sentiment about the economy and household finances but also highlights some regional and demographical differences.
The earnings season on Wall Street has so far shown less impressive results for the banking sector than many analysts were hoping for and Canada’s big six banks may follow suit.
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is selling its 19 per cent stake in Bermuda’s Bank of NT Butterfield & Son for U$155 million.
The government’s inaction to provide affordable housing in Canada is “unacceptable”, Toronto Mayor John Tory said on Monday.
A year after publishing a Globe and Mail article that drew broker ire for extolling the benefits of the AMP, CAAMP takes a more inclusive approach in this year's feature.
He’s at it again. The economist responsible for the most dire real estate prediction to date now believes the Canadian market is more overleveraged than America’s just prior to the economic crisis.
Many real estate markets are out of reach for first-time buyers, and new data suggests that those upgrading to more-expensive homes struggle just as much.
The increasing number of vacant homes in Vancouver is to be tackled by a new initiative announced over the weekend by the City of Vancouver’s chief housing officer.