Canadian Housing Starts Drop 20%, Which Normally Means A Correction: BMO

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Canadian new housing starts made a sharp decline, which normally is a red flag for the economy. BMO senior economist Sal Guatieri said April’s numbers may not be the traditional leading indicator though. He argues there are a few factors that make this time different. I feel like I’ve heard this about another country before. Anyway, on to the numbers.  

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