None of the countries wants to reopen the agreement and perpetuate the trade uncertainty, Royal Bank of Canada economist Nathan Janzen said in a research note. As a result, he said U.S. ratification of the USMCA is the most likely outcome.
Date: Nov 08, 2018
What if … Trump's not bluffing, trade is crippled, Canada sinks into recession, markets are roiled, you pay more
And heres Royal Bank of Canada senior economist Nathan Janzen, who also doesnt see it happening: If imposed, the U.S. tariffs would have a dramatic impact on the Canadian auto sector and on Ontario, the centre of Canadian auto production potentially lowering overall GDP in Canada by some 0.5
Date: Jul 06, 2018
Why Canada's big banks aren't too worried about household debt - Article
Yet, rate rises will be gradual and it will take a while for that to flow through to households, according to Nathan Janzen and Robert Hogue at Royal Bank of Canada. More than 40 per cent of outstanding residential mortgage debt issued by federally regulated financial institutions is five-year, fixe
Indeed, following strong growth this year, we expect housing starts in B.C. and Ontario to record sizable declines next year, said Ignjatovic.
Nathan Janzen, a senior economist with Royal Bank of Canada, also expects some of the changes in legislation to have an impact on the housing market.
Robust housing activity underpinned demand for mortgages in the first half of 2016, with the anticipated slowing in sales setting up for an easing in the pace of credit accumulation, RBC economists Craig Wright, Dawn Desjardins, Paul Ferley and Nathan Janzen said in a much broader report on the ec
Date: Sep 15, 2016
Canada's trade picture brightens as exports bounce back
xports still below year-ago levels in the month. The gain is nonetheless encouraging, and provides reason for optimism that the expected rebound from what looked like overstated second-quarter weakness is occurring, wrote Royal Bank of Canada senior economist Nathan Janzen in a research report.