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Higher energy costs will add $2000 in expenses to average Canadian families' budgets. Will this affect your spending plans ?
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THE BRIGHT LIGHTS AT THE IMF OFFER CANADA A SURE WAY TO BECOME THEIR NEXT NEEDY NATION http://www.nationalnewswatch.com/2014/07/31/imf-calls-on-canada-others-to-raise-carbon-taxes-cut-income-taxes/#.U9sV–NdXeB
THE U.S. AS THE WORLD’S PETROLEUM POWERHOUSE http://www.eia.gov/todayinenergy/detail.cfm?id=17251&src=email
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NEW – FUEL WATCH
With so much going on in our lives, trying to figure out how to budget isn’t helped by the erratic peaks and valleys of gas prices. So we thought we’d give you a heads up on events that contribute to triggering price changes a few day before they happen. Feel free to use our forum page to add your own thoughts on what affects the cost of energy, which now takes up about 25% of your disposable income.
FOR THE WEEK OF July 28 – August 1
THE FOLLOWING WILL DETERMINE GAS PRICES LATER IN THE WEEK:
- Monetary signals by US FED and 2nd quarter GDP numbers Wed. July 30
- U.S. Weekly Petroleum Inventory Report – Wed. 10:30 am
- Strength of Canada’s loonie vs. the US Greenback
- Energy traders response to strengthened European sanctions against Russia
- General direction of Q2 corporate earnings
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