The national average for farmland values increased an average of 3.7% for the first half of 2020, driven by higher crop receipts and low interest rates.
Learn how to recognize the factors that influence interest rates to help you make the best decisions for your operation.
Learn why you should consider farmland values, interest rates and emotional decisions when buying or selling farmland.
The FCC 2019 Farmland Values Report indicates farmland appreciated at a more moderate pace, but remains expensive when measured against farm income.
The Bank of Canadas decision to adjust interest rates can be monitored against inflation, labour market conditions and GDP.
Farm, agribusinesses and food processors must brace for challenging conditions as the Canadian and world economies face a significant downturn.
The Bank of Canada decision to hold the policy interest rate at 1.75% was largely expected by financial markets.
The Bank of Canada policy rate won’t likely climb before December, but fluctuating interest rates could still take a bite.
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.
At look at the economic challenges in the last six months of 2019 that impacted the profitability of Canadian producers, agribusinesses and food processors supply chains. Part two of two.