The Bank of Canada decision to keep the policy interest rate unchanged at 1.75% is consistent with its neutral stance on interest rates in recent months.
A dive into Canada’s dairy sector’s financials shows how the sector has managed opportunity with responsible investment.
Canadian producers put equity to good use. Here’s a look at how debt can leverage agricultural assets as you manage your farm financial fitness in 2019.
Our debt service coverage ratio suggests rising debt isn’t necessarily a problem for Canadian producers. Here’s how you can harness its insights to manage your farm financial fitness in 2019.
J.P. Gervais, Vice-President and Chief Agricultural Economist at FCC, on what he expects rates will do in 2019 based on the December 5 interest rate announcement from the Bank of Canada (BOC).
Weaker farm cash receipts for Q3 2018 suggest rising financial pressures, limited gains from U.S.-China trade tensions and slower farmland value appreciation in 2018-19.
J.P. Gervais on the economic trends and future BOC decisions he sees in relation to the October 24 interest rate hike.
Strong net income can help offset the impact of rising interest rates on equity.
The updated balance sheet of ag shows the changes in profitability, solvency, and liquidity of Canadian ag.
J.P. Gervais shares his insights from the September release of the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report (WASDE).