Part of the movement toward more restrained growth can be explained by the consumer. The chart below shows real personal consumption expenditures versus the NDR Consumer CCI. Since the beginning of the year, the NDR Consumer CCI has been in the neutral zone, which is consistent with more subdued consumption growth.
Freddie Mac Pulls a 180 in Housing Outlook – Mortgage News Daily – Still, despite the slow growth, blamed to a large degree on weak consumer demand, the labor market "keeps plugging along" with the lowest unemployment rate since 2001 (4.4 percent) and 79 straight.
How Much Higher Will Toronto-Dominion Bank (USA) Go? | The. – According to the Bank of Canada, residential mortgages were up just 3.1% in December from 2017’s numbers; the growth rate hasn’t been that low since mid-2001.
Canadian real estate buyers aren’t the only ones being tight with the loans. Bank of Canada (BoC) numbers show household debt growth has fallen to the lowest level in more than 30 years. The decline in growth is so low, it’s something Canada hasn’t seen outside of a recession.
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Mortgage Growth in Canada Hasn’t Been This Weak Since 2001 (Bloomberg) — Canada’s mortgage growth has fallen to the lowest in nearly two decades as interest rates rise and after new mortgage.
Royal Bank of Canada. The problem hasn’t been the company’s ability to garner new contracts, but rather its accounting.
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Total residential mortgage credit grew just 0.3% on average over the last three months, according to new data from the Bank of Canada. Representing the slowest rate since 2001, this was down from 0.47% at the end of 2017, and about half the average 0.57% pace seen over the past twenty years.