Positive us growth figures boost local shares

    Positive us growth figures boost local shares

    The number of jobs in North America is growing at a robust pace, as shown by figures in The Canadian Press on Monday. In February, the Canadian economy added 4,200 jobs—a slight increase over February 2014’s annual growth rate of 3,700 jobs. In addition, the Canadian dollar strengthened against the US dollar, con우리 카지노tributing to the strong performance.

    “These strong gains are being driven in part by a strong dollar and our strong numbers of US jobs,” noted CNA President and CEO Mike Moffatt. “This has added fuel to growth driven by the strong dollar and is clearly helping to boost our domestic growth, which we expect will remain strong.”

    According to the Canadian Bureau of Statistics, as of January 2017, Canada’s total private sector employment stood at 15.1 million, up 2,700 jobs from December 2016. The average monthly ch제주안마ange in jobless claimants from a year earlier was 1.0%, which was the strongest reading since October 2012.

    According to CNA’s monthly survey of more than 4,300 employers, most employers are feeling very busy. According to CNA’s monthly survey of more than 4,300 employers, most employers are feeling very busy.

    “This month, I know many employers will be taking advantage of the new work opportunities available, so I want to remind them that their busy workforces are vital to the successful development of the Canadian economy,” said Moffatt. “At the same time, I know many others will be taking advantage of the new jobs created, so I want to make sure they have the tools they need to do the rigXO 카지노ht thing.”

    “All in all, the positive changes we’re seeing in Canada in jobs continue to support our solid business environment and strong position in international markets,” said Moffatt.

    Financial and insurance companies are seeing good hiring

    The Canadian banking sector is also benefiting from an improving global economy and rising home prices. In February, the average price for a home in Canada was up 4.5% year-over-year to $318,400, compared to a year earlier.

    “With the Canadian dollar having fallen, many banks are seeing more money coming in, as a result of the strong dollar, with some companies hiring locally in order to keep pace with demand,” said CNA President and CEO Mike Moffatt.

    Moffatt also noted that the Canadian mortgage market is also gaining interest from both investors and local home buyers. “With strong levels of international investment, the Canadian mortgag

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