Forward Guidance: Our Weekly Preview
June 18, 2021
RBC Economics shares major economic trends to look for in the week ahead.
COVID Consumer Spending Tracker
June 17, 2021
RBC Economics provides a snapshot of how the COVID-19 pandemic has altered Canadian consumer spending.
Home prices haven’t peaked yet in Canada
June 15, 2021
Strong competition between home buyers is keeping intense upward pressure on property values.
The Economic Pulse – June 2021 Edition
June 10, 2021
RBC Deputy Chief Economist Dawn Desjardins takes a closer look at the recent ramped up pace of vaccinations in Canada, and what that means for the economy.
Economic recovery shifts into higher gear
June 9, 2021
The outlook for the global economy improved over the past three months because of increased policy support and rising vaccination rates.
Provincial economies reaching the other side of the valley
June 9, 2021
RBC Economics expects growth to return in a big way in every province this year, supporting a half-century-high growth rate of 6.3% nationwide.
Rebuilding Canada’s labour market: The inclusive recovery imperative
June 4, 2021
Many jobs lost in the pandemic will be recovered relatively quickly but for visible minorities and women—groups a return to ‘normal’ labour markets won’t be good enough.
Broad decline in housing activity didn’t slow price gains in May
June 3, 2021
Home resales fell broadly from April to May in major Canadian markets. For the most part, low seller turnout was the main cause for the moderation, not cooling demand.