Recently the unemployment rate in Canada (13.0%) and the United States (14.7%) has hit an all-time high since 1984. And it’s no wonder why! So far in 2020, we’ve seen a world-wide pandemic, oil prices fall into the negative, a fire burning across all of Australia, an Ebola comeback, and country-wide looting and riots in
The recent Covid-19 pandemic has taken the whole world by surprise and the financial markets are beginning to feel the effects. After closing at a record high of $29,551.42 on February 12th, it opened March 30th at $21,678.22, dropping a staggering 26.6% in just over a little more than a month. In the same time,
The threat of a Corona virus epidemic impacts more than simply our health; the potential outbreak has led to global economic uncertainty and has put markets in disarray. For example, the prices of oil and other commodities have taken a sharp plunge. Oil prices themselves have dropped 20% from the record high price in the
Ever since 1995, Canada has officially recognized February as Black History Month; in honor and recognition of all people of African descent that have been an integral part of shaping Canada as we see it now. This year’s theme is, ”Canadians of African Descent: Going forward, guided by the past”, inspired by United Nations’ International
Long range weather forecast for Nov. 2019: Gold prices going up further with a chance of more record highs!
November 11th: Gold prices continue to fluctuate at $1930.00 CAD an ounce as the global debt to GDP ratio keeps expanding, serving as a precursor to driving up the price of gold even more. Couple that with the recent slight dip in gold prices only this past week, and the ongoing situation in Hong