Analysts at TD Securities suggest that Canadian housing starts for October are projected to rebound to a 198k pace, matching their estimate.
“We look for multi-unit starts to lead the rebound and see a risk that single-family starts push to a new post-crisis low.”
“New home prices for September will be released shortly afterwards where TD looks for a flat print, in line with the market consensus, which would see year-ago growth slip to a new cycle low of 0.2%.”
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