- Bloomberg•17 hours ago
Bruce Cooper, chief investment officer of TD Asset Management, which has over C$300 billion in assets, joins Bloomberg TV Canada's Rudyard Griffiths to explain how he's taking a defensive stance amid central ...
- Reuters•20 hours ago
Canada's banking regulator said on Tuesday it will require the country's smaller lenders to test how they would withstand a 50 percent drop in property prices in Vancouver and a 40 percent decline in Toronto. The move, which builds on an existing requirement that lenders test their resilience to a 30 percent decline in home prices across all regions, is the latest in a series of measures by Canadian authorities to counter a risk posed by soaring house prices in the two Canadian cities.
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