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  1. http://montrealgazette.com/business/local-business/quebec-is-slowing-spending-but-its-a-far-cry-from-european-style-austerity "Unfortunately, the private sector hasn’t kept the rendezvous. Stéfane Marion, chief economist at the National Bank, notes that net private-sector employment has fallen by 30,000 in the province so far this year while Ontario has added 80,000 such jobs. Marion points to lingering fallout over the bitter charter of values debate under the preceding Parti Québécois government. Quebec lost a net 10,000 people last spring to interprovincial migration — the worst out
  2. Publié le 26 juin 2009 à 07h36 | Mis à jour à 09h59 Les scandales de Montréal dans The Economist Martin Croteau La Presse Les scandales qui ébranlent la mairie de Montréal commencent à attirer l'attention des médias étrangers, et non les moindres. La prestigieuse revue britannique The Economist consacre un article aux allégations de conflits d'intérêts qui minent l'administration Tremblay dans sa livraison d'hier, une terrible publicité pour la Ville selon l'opposition. Intitulé «Eau et crasse» («Water and Grime»), l'article de quatre paragraphes rapporte que cinq enquête
  3. Deflation a concern in North America By Paul Vieira, Financial Post February 20, 2009 OTTAWA -- Inflation in North America is to remain benign for the months -- and perhaps years -- ahead, analysts say, as a shrinking global economy undercuts commodity prices and inventories in Canada remain at excess levels. Data were released in both Canada and the United States on Friday. The Canadian numbers, Bay Street economists say, further strengthen the case for the Bank of Canada to cut its key lending rate by a further 50 basis points on March 3. Further, the data indicate deflat
  4. L’enjeu majeur de la prochaine élection américaine sera l’économie. C’est ce qu’affirme le magazine The Economist qui fait un parallèle avec l'élection de Clinton en 1992. Pour en lire plus...
  5. Ontario in decline: From Canada's economic engine to clunker Can Dalton McGuinty see the light and reverse the decay with his forthcoming budget? By Paul Vieira, Financial Post March 23, 2009 A month before Dalton McGuinty, the Liberal Ontario Premier, hit the election trail in the fall of 2007 to seek a second mandate, an ominous warning sign of the province's crumbling economic stature emerged that should have provided fodder for the campaign. An analysis from leading Bay Street economist Dale Orr said Ontarians' standard of living had plummeted -- from a peak of 15% abov
  6. http://www.economist.com/world/americas/displaystory.cfm?story_id=15726687&source=hptextfeatureCanadian cities Mar 18th 2010 | CALGARY AND TORONTO From The Economist print edition And the gloom in Toronto TIME was when the decision over where to put a new Canadian capital-markets regulator would have been automatic. Toronto, Canada’s most populous city and the capital of Ontario, the most populous province, has long been the country’s business and financial centre. The biggest banks are there, as is the stock exchange. Legions of lawyers, accountants and bankers flock da
  7. L'euro est bel et bien surévalué par rapport au dollar, selon le désormais célèbre «indice Big Mac» que publie l'hebdomadaire britannique The Economist. Pour en lire plus...
  8. Un très bon article du G&M ce matin sur la "résilience" de l'économie québécoise: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/few-bumps-in-la-belle-provinces-recession-ride/article1240146/ Few bumps in la belle province's recession ride At Sandoz Canada Inc. in Boucherville, Que., sales are rising and the work force is growing. The generic pharmaceutical producer's growth is more subdued than usual, to be sure. But this isn't the picture of a company struggling through a recession. And so goes Quebec, where the global slump has caused discomfort but not intense p
  9. La mesure a été créée par la publication britannique The Economist dans les années 80. Elle veut comparer le prix d'un Big Mac, dans différentes monnaies, sa référence étant les États-Unis. Pour en lire plus...
  10. Tant qu'à moi c'est un plus pour un moins. Dommage pour Quebecor, mais tant mieux pour l'environnement. ---------------------------- Disparition du catalogue annuel Canadian Tire * Alexandre Paillé, Lesaffaires.com * 28 mars 2008 Canadian Tire ne précise pas combien elle économisera en coûts d'impression, mais précise que l'argent économisé servira à la publicité. Photo: Bloomberg Autre tuile pour l’imprimeur Quebecor World puisque le détaillant Canadian Tire a décidé de ne plus faire imprimer ses catalogues qui sont envoyés à des millions de foyers canadiens chaqu
  11. Has Canada slipped into recession without anyone noticing? July 16, 2008 - 6:35 pm By: Julian Beltrame, THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA - Canada is within a hair's breadth of slipping into a technical recession, economists said Wednesday, a day after the outlook for the North American economy soured sharply. But they add that it won't seem like recessions of the past. In fact, says University of Toronto economist Peter Dungan, Canadians may already have lived through a technical recession - two quarters in a row of a shrinking economy - and not noticed. "Our forecast is there's a reces
  12. Ni Jeff Rubin, ni HEC Montréal, ni The Economist ne voient d'autres possibilités. Le plan Paulson doit passer, surtout en raison de l'effet «bas de laine». Pour en lire plus...
  13. Quebec exports to jump 9% in 2015: EDC economist FRANÇOIS SHALOM, MONTREAL GAZETTE More from François Shalom, Montreal Gazette Published on: November 27, 2014Last Updated: November 27, 2014 8:00 AM EST The U.S. housing market will spur export growth in Quebec, says Peter Hall, chief economist of Export Development Canada The U.S. housing market will spur export growth in Quebec, says Peter Hall, chief economist of Export Development Canada AFP/Getty Images SHARE ADJUST COMMENT PRINT Smile wide, Quebec exporters. Peter Hall, chief economist of Export Development Canada, says th
  14. Paru sur le Twitter de The Economist: 3 villes canadiennes dans le top mondial. Vous savez lesquelles. https://twitter.com/EconAmericas/status/424529716633407488
  15. The Economist doc http://www.citigroup.com/citi/news/2013/130604a.pdf http://globalnews.ca/news/629351/toronto-cracks-top-10-in-world-for-global-appeal/ Toronto cracks top 10 cities in world for ‘global appeal’ It appears Toronto’s preeminent position among Canadian cities is secure until at least 2025. In fact, only nine other centres across the world outrank the city in terms of overall “global appeal” by the mid-point of the next decade, according to a new study on projected competitiveness of cities to attract business, skilled workers and tourists. That puts Toronto a
  16. The Economist Total debt as % GDP 1. Japan @ 196.3% 2. Greece @ 128.5% 3. Italy @ 118.2% Canada pretty high on the list @ 82.3% The lowest total debt is Russia. Its under 9-10%.
  17. Bank economists warn of something worse than recession for Canada October 06, 2008 By David Friend, The Canadian Press Economists from Canada’s Big Five banks say they expect little or no growth in the near future and they warned today that the domestic economy’s current gloom will likely deepen into something worse than a recession. The word “recession” wouldn’t describe the deep structural problems affecting everything from the U.S. housing sector to the Canadian oil industry, said Bank of Nova Scotia chief economist Warren Jestin. “You have to invent a new word to describe wha
  18. Allez Mark, chiale que ce n'est pas assez bon! Toronto et Montréal sont les meilleures villes où vivre, selon «The Economist» Toronto et Montréal ont beau alimenter une rivalité, il n'en demeure pas moins que ce sont deux villes formidables où habiter. Du moins si on se fie à un récent classement de The Economist. Le Economist's Intelligence Unit (EIU) Safe Index 2015, publié lundi, classe les villes majeures de partout dans le monde en fonction de différents aspects liés à la sécurité. Toronto s'y trouve au 8e rang et Montréal, au 14e. Mais lorsque The Economist compile les résul
  19. Montreal 16eme, Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary top 5 http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/08/15/vancouver-toronto-and-calgary-all-rank-in-top-five-on-list-of-worlds-most-liveable-cities/
  20. By Jay Bryan, Special to Gazette February 15, 2013 8:04 PM Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/homes/Bryan+housing+numbers+point+soft+landing/7973381/story.html#ixzz2L1fXbpfN MONTREAL — For more than a year, there have been two competing narratives about the future path of Canada’s high-flying housing market: total collapse and moderate decline. The moderates, if we can call them that, still seem to me to have the better argument, especially when you consider the unexpectedly upbeat housing resale figures last month. Friday’s report from the Canadian Real Estate Associatio
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