Money Talks: Volume 21
This week there was a Bank of Canada rate announcement, tips on how to keep the value of your home, and how the housing market in Canada might just be experiencing a spring boom after all. Without further ado, here’s our best of the web roundup this week!
Home sales edge up in March, according to the CREA! Is this a good sign for things to come?
Smoking is being banned from just about everywhere these days. And while it might not illegal to smoke in your home, there are still other reasons why you shouldn’t. This week the RateSupermarket tells you how much smoking can devalue your home.
With all the talk of high unemployment levels these past few weeks, college grads are more worried than ever about their future. This week the Canadian Finance Blogs explains one way to bring some certainty into the fold.
We’ve talked a lot on this blog about the RBC outsourcing fiasco. The Boomer & Echo tells you how to deal with it in your own job.
Ever wonder how to talk to your kids about money? This week the Everyday Money blog has some answers for you.
With our economy seeing a slight dip lately, it’s hard not to think about the possibility of a Cyprus-style breakdown happening here. This week Mark Carney’s working on preventing that from happening, and CTV News brings you the story.
Mr. Carney was also present at the G20 meetings held this week, where leaders talked largely about monetary stimulus and how they could help control debt. The Toronto Sun has that story.
Talk about busy! Mark Carney was also busy helping the Bank of Canada work on the next rate announcement – his last before he leaves for the Bank of England. Not surprisingly, no action was taken, but Canadian Mortgage Trends looks further into it.
And even more good news! We also found out this week that Canadian inflation is stabilizing at around 1%. The Montreal Gazette has that news.