oil prices

NAFTA

Trump’s America actually has a trade surplus with Canada

The U.S. administration’s rhetoric on trade deficits is wrongheaded—and also ignores the huge benefits American exporters reap from processed imports
Chrysler To Repay $7.53 Billion In Government Loans By June

Oil exports drive Canada’s trade surplus with the U.S.

Econ-o-metric: Canadian arguments about balanced trade with the U.S. don’t matter to Trump. His NAFTA logic says deficits are for losers, full stop.
Pumpjacks

For Canada’s economy it seems the worst of the oil crash is over

We can’t read too much into a single quarter, but the period of weak growth and declining incomes appears to be over
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75 charts every Canadian should watch in 2017

Maclean’s presents its third annual chartstravaganza to help make sense of the Canadian economy in the year ahead
Plunging Energy Prices Put Strain On Texas Economy

Oil price smackdown—the case for and against higher oil prices

Depending on who you listen to, oil prices are either about to crash again, or soar much higher. Here’s how all the arguments stack up.
Pumpjacks

What’s driving the rebound in oil prices?

And more importantly, how long will higher oil prices last?
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Time to panic! The world is running out of (fill in the blank)

What explains our insatiable appetite for stories about shortages?
Pumpjacks

The time for Alberta to get off the resource rollercoaster is now

The Alberta budget missed an opportunity to move the province past its historic reliance on volatile resource revenues
Trading At The NYSE As U.S. Stocks Tumble After Selloff in China Renews Growth Concern

Has the next U.S. recession already arrived?

He predicted that oil would fall to $25—two years ago. Now, financial analyst Bob Hoye believes the next U.S. recession is already here
Stephen Poloz

Stephen Poloz explains what Justin Trudeau is up against

Ottawa is buoyed by a frantic energy. But the Bank of Canada governor warns that there’s no easy policy fix for the economy—it needs to work itself out