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Higher gas prices push inflation rate to 3.7 per cent, highest in eight years
OTTAWA - Canada's annual inflation rate jumped to the highest level in eight years last month, rising to 3.7 per cent as big increases in gasoline prices pushed the index to a new post-recession peak.
On a month-to-month basis, consumer prices rose by a significant 0.7 per cent in May from where they were in April, Statistics Canada reported Wednesday.
The surprisingly strong results present Bank of Canada governors with a dilemma less than three weeks before their meeting to set short-term interest rates for the country. And market reaction suggested the chances of a rate hike had increased somewhat following the Statistics Canada report.http://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/Higher ... 97221.html
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Canadians watching their dollars as gas, food prices rise: RBC
TORONTO - Canadians are taking several steps to make their dollars stretch further, according to the latest RBC consumer outlook.
With gas prices rising 29.5 per cent in May alone and food prices climbing 4.2 per cent in the same month, consumers are looking to save money.
RBC says 55 per cent of the 4,008 Canadians it polled are doing more comparison shopping for food and 30 per cent report that they are more likely to delay vacation plans until 2012.http://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/Canadi
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Better shop around: consumers cope as prices rise
Canadians are digging in and watching their pennies, finding new — and old — ways to cope as the country's highest inflation rate in eight years smacks up against record consumer debt levels.
According to the RBC Canadian Consumer Outlook Index, released Wednesday, Canadians are carrying an average $13,058 in personal debt — not including mortgages — and the number who feel they're managing that debt well is falling — down to 30 per cent in this quarter, compared to 38 per cent in the last quarter.
The latest consumer price index from Statistics Canada showed the inflation rate hit an eight-year high of 3.7 per cent in May, driven by a 29.5 per cent jump in the price of gasoline and a 4.2 per cent increase in food prices. The economy is currently in a sluggish state — economists are projecting growth of around one per cent in the second quarter — which means incomes are unlikely to keep up with inflation, putting many Canadians firmly in the position of having to make do with less.
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Canadians fearful about jobs, confidence slips
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian consumers are far less optimistic than employers about job prospects, according to a survey released on Tuesday that contradicts data showing three straight months of stronger-than-expected employment growth.
The Conference Board of Canada's consumer confidence index slipped in July for the third straight month, down 1.8 points to 81.3.
The single biggest negative factor cited in the survey was worsening employment outlook. Only 18.5 percent of respondents said they expected more jobs in their area six months from now, down 2.1 percentage points from June to the lowest level in nine months.
"To make matters worse, the share of respondents who said they expect fewer jobs rose to 21.9 percent -- the highest level since 2009," the Conference Board said in a release.
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