What to expect from the Canadian economy, housing market, stocks and more in 2024 – Yahoo Canada Finance

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What can Canadians expect from the economy, real estate, stock market, oil prices, trade and more in the year ahead? FP Video spoke with 10 experts to find out. Watch all the interviews below.

‘Downright bearish’ on Canada

David Rosenberg, president of Rosenberg Research, talks with the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about the outlook for Canada’s economy, the Bank of Canada, the Canadian dollar and gold.

Buy/sell, rent/lease residential &
commercials real estate properties.

Real estate rebound will be ‘muted’

Vancouver realtor Steve Saretsky and John Pasalis of Realosophy Realty talk about the year ahead in Canadian real estate.

2024 to bring Bank of Canada rate cuts

Dawn Desjardins, chief economist at Deloitte Canada, gives her view on the outlook on the economy, interest rate cuts and the labour market.

Canadians will still feel pinch of food inflation

Michael Von Massow, professor of food economics at the University of Guelph, about the forces contributing to higher prices and how much more Canadians can expect to pay for groceries this year.

Business investment ‘awful’ in Canada

William Robson, chief executive of the C.D. Howe Institute, talks about how capital per worker has been falling for the first time since the 1930s and what that means to the economy.

Bonds set to resurge as investing tool

Investing pro David Kaufman, founder and co-chief executive at Westcourt Capital Corp. talks about the investing outlook for 2024.

2024 will be a stock picker’s market

Dennis Mitchell, chief executive and chief investment officer at Starlight Capital shares his thoughts about REITs, the stock market and economy in the year ahead.

Donald Trump presidency would rock Canada-U.S. relations

Greg Valliere, chief U.S. policy strategist at AGF Investments, talks about the upcoming United States presidential election. Valliere talks about how another Donald Trump presidency could affect Canada, markets, the U.S. Federal Reserve and the economy, and also goes into the implications if President Joe Biden wins a second term.

Seas look rocky for Canadian trade

Trade lawyer Mark Warner, principal counsel at MAAW Law, talks about Canada’s trade outlook for the coming year. There will be pressure from international forces but also opportunities in critical minerals.

What’s behind oil’s ‘unrelenting declines’

Rory Johnston, founder of Commodity Context, talks about the headwinds facing energy markets and what the new year might hold.

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