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| June 30, 2015
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Judging the odds for an election recession

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Canada's first-quarter GDP report was not just "atrocious," as predicted by Stephen Poloz. It was downright negative: total real GDP shrank at an annualized rate of 0.6 per cent (fastest pace of decline since the 2008-09 recession). Nominal GDP fell faster (annualized rate of 3 per cent), as deflation took hold across the broader production economy (led, of course, by energy prices).

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| March 16, 2015
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Greek debt negotiations: A Eurozone tragedy -- or will sense prevail?

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| February 16, 2015
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It's the infrastructure, stupid!

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Infrastructure spending was a dominant topic of discussion when Canada's premiers met in Ottawa on January 30, according to an article in iPolitics.

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