Our partners at National Bank Financial offer a 2019 fourth quarter perspective on changing global economic trends and what to expect for the balance of the year. What they are watching for:
September’s (Canadian) labour force survey will draw theNBF Economics October 4, 2019
most attention. No less than 304,000 jobs were added in the country
in the first eight months of the year, the best tally since 2002
The Canadian economy saw a weaker GDP growth rate in July and coupled with a broader economic easing, along side the tumult in the U.S. on both a political and economic level, the fourth quarter will be choppy for investors, as often is the case.