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ECONOMIC UPDATE

The Conference Board of Canada's chief economist comments on the recent Throne Speech by the Fed's. He points out that some of the spending will be permanent, resulting in the government being forced to find new sources of revenue. I believe it is only a matter of time before the reach of capital gains will extend into new territory. #recg #capitalgains #conferenceboard #commercialvaluations #realestate


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