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The rise in Belski shares and why food prices and condo sales are rising: the best videos from the Financial Post this week

By on September 10, 2021 0


Here are the videos that are accumulating views this week

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Real estate and Canada’s housing affordability crisis continue to top the ratings, but this week we’re also getting comments from BMO Chief Investment Strategist Brian Belski. Its outlook is bullish. Food expert Sylvain Charlebois looks at the rise in food prices, and where we can expect to see the biggest sticker shocks. Enjoy!

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What rectification? TSX and S&P 500 set to rise

Brian Belski, chief investment strategist at BMO Capital Markets, spoke to Larysa Harapyn of the Financial Post about her revised target forecast for the TSX and S&P 500.

Watch for soaring prices for meat, grains and baked goods

Professor Sylvain Charlebois, director of the Agri-Food Analysis Laboratory at Dalhousie University, talks about the surprises on grocery bills coming this fall.

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A return to the city: condo sales come back to life

Lauren Haw, CEO of Zoocasa, chats with Larysa Harapyn of the Financial Post about resuming condo sales as people return to cities.

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  1. Canadians will see more food price increases this fall.

    Watch for soaring prices for meat, grains and baked goods

  2. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole.

    Liberals versus conservatives on energy and the environment

  3. A construction worker ties roof trusses together in a condominium project in Port Stanley, Ontario.

    Residential construction is expected to remain strong across Canada due to strong buyer demand

How the three major federal parties plan to tackle Canada’s housing crisis

Stephanie Hughes of the Financial Post gives an overview of what Conservatives, New Democrats and Liberals are promising in their housing platforms amid a home affordability crisis.

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