Canadians’ debt to disposable income ratio inches down to 170.4% The amount that canadians owe compared to what they have to spend was slightly lower at the end of 2017, but is still sitting near.
2018 was an exceptional year for Canadian Solar. We achieved a record net income of $3.88 per diluted share and our net profit increased by 140% compared. our high power, high efficiency multi.
Despite posting better than expected Q2 2018 results compared to consensus estimates, share couldn’t hold a rally and the following day. in areas with better demographics and higher disposable.
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Canadians keep digging themselves deeper into debt. The ratio of debt to disposable income rose to 166.9 per cent from a revised 166.4 per cent in the second quarter, according to Statistics Canada’s national balance-sheet report released on Wednesday. The government agency said this amounted to households owing $1.67 in debt for every dollar of disposable income at the end of the third quarter.
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eased to a three-year low of 4.5% in the first quarter. Yet for the debt-to-income ratio the bigger story here is the acceleration in disposable income growth. Household disposable income rose at its fastest annual rate (5.0%) in nine years the first quarter.
Statistics Canada said Thursday that household credit market debt as a proportion of household disposable income increased to 171.1 per cent, up from 170.1 per cent in the second quarter.
hold disposable income. The reasoning is that households are obliged to make their monthly debt payments, which detracts from how much is left over as disposable income at the end of the month. In the U.S., nonmortgage interest costs are not removed. As such, we must add back in non-mortgage interest payments to Canadian personal disposable income,
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“Policymakers continue. 14.1 per cent of disposable income in the third quarter of 2015. High levels of household debt have increased as a result of near-record low interest rates, which have come.