The Hub: News & Events for November 25, 2019

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November 25, 2019


Central 1 News

B.C. housing market in recovery; growing population, lower borrowing costs and pent-up demand to drive higher prices and sales

B.C.'s housing market is recovering much quicker than anticipated after the 2018 downturn, according to Central 1 deputy chief economist Bryan Yu in the latest B.C. Resale Market Housing Outlook 2019-2021.

Ontario Economic Briefing- November 22

• Decelerating goods prices kept headline inflation unchanged in October
• Weaker sales in several durable and non-durable goods sectors kept  overall manufacturing sales growth nearly unchanged in September
• Tourist visits nearly unchanged for the second consecutive month in September
• Retail sales rebounded slightly in September after posting weaker sales in the previous month

B.C. Economic Briefing- November 22

• B.C. brick and mortar retail sales lose ground in September, e-commerce rising
• Food prices prop up consumer price inflation
• Manufacturing sales bounce higher by 3.7 per cent, trend still weak
Central 1 Events

Q3 Webinar
November 28
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Industry News

Credit Union News

Smart borrowing this holiday spending season (Global News)- featuring Envision Financial

Wholesale sales up 1 per cent in September: Statistics Canada report (CBC) 

TSX set to break five-day losing streak on improving trade sentiment (Reuters) 

Industry News
Charles Schwab to buy TD Ameritrade in $26-billion blockbuster brokerage deal (Reuters) 

RBC's $100 Billion Woman Buys More Stocks, Just Not in the U.S.(Bloomberg) 

Industry Events

December 3, 2019
Annual Credit Union Forum & Holiday Luncheon

Liuna Station
Hamilton, ON
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