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70% of Canadians are willing to make less on their investments to invest in a socially responsible way.Read more…
Finder’s Undateable Debt Report says more than 1 in 10 single Canadians’ primary reason for wanting a partner is to share expenses and make life more affordable.Read more…
Majority of Canadians’ (55%) top New Year’s financial resolution is to save more money in 2023.Read more…
Half of Canadians (49%) want to receive cash instead of gifts this holiday season to help them pay for bills or build up savings.Read more…
Key statistics on grocery shopping show that food prices in Canada are rising quickly and the impact will be costlier meals.Read more…
More than 7 million Canadians confess to taking out loans in order to cover the rising cost of living.Read more…
|Personal Loans||2/13/2023||Undateable Debt||Is your debt a dating dealbreaker? Finder's Undateable Debt Report says a partner "in the red" is a relationship ender for 33% of Canadians.|
|Core Finance||1/23/2023||Bank of Canada Interest Rate Forecast||Nearly three quarters of economists predict the BoC will increase the overnight rate by 25 basis points (bps) on January 25.|
|Savings Accounts||1/6/2023||Happy Frugal New Year||The results of the Finder: New Year's Resolution report show the majority of Canadians' (55%) top goal for 2023 is to save more money.|
|Savings Accounts||12/15/2022||Cash for Christmas||Half of Canadians (49%) want to receive cash instead of gifts this holiday season to help them pay for bills or build up savings.|
|Shopping||9/29/2022||Food Prices in Canada||Key statistics on grocery shopping show that food prices in Canada are rising quickly and the impact will be costlier meals.|
|Stock Trading||9/22/2022||Bear Market Blues||7.5 million Canadians have no confidence in stocks and plan to ‘cash out’ in 2022|
|Investing||9/20/2022||Stock trading statistics||Get facts and insight on the history of the stock market, average stock market returns and global stock market trading stats.|
|Personal Loans||8/16/2022||Impact of Inflation||More than 7 million Canadians confess to taking out loans in order to cover the rising cost of living.|
|Streaming||8/11/2022||Streaming Statistics||Canadian streaming subscribers now spend an average of $157 per year. More statistics on the streaming services in Canada.|
|Mortgages||7/4/2022||Generation Rent||Nearly 1 in 3 Canadians – approximately 9 million adults (18+) – have either given up on the homeownership dream or resigned themselves to being 'forever renters'.|
|Investing||2/11/2022||Investing Statistics||One third of Canadians unwilling to take a chance with their savings in 2022|
|Cryptocurrency||2/11/2022||Binance Coin Price Prediction||Get an expert outlook with our BNB (BNB) price prediction, forecast & analysis report.|
|Cryptocurrency||11/23/2021||NFT Statistics||Finder polled over 28,000 people in an online survey across 20 countries and found that Canada ranks 6th last for NFT adoption.|
|Personal Loans||11/23/2021||Buy now pay later statistics||The Finder Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) report looks into the biggest regrets people have using BNPL services in 23 countries.|
|Cryptocurrency||12/29/2021||Cryptocurrency Statistics||The 75+ most important cryptocurrency statistics you need to know to truly understand the state of crypto and NFT markets.|
|Awards||11/25/2021||Finder Awards Canada||The Finder Awards brings Canadians the best and most innovative financial products and services on the market.|
|Awards||11/25/2021||Finder's Credit Card Awards||Finder's Credit Card Awards ranks the best cards on the market across travel, rewards, cash back, low rates and low fees and balance transfer.|
|Cryptocurrency||10/17/2021||Cryptocurrency Adoption Index||The definitive ranking of the most popular cryptocurrencies across 22 countries.|
|Mortgages||7/29/2021||Canada Housing Market Trends||About 15 million Canadians want to "upsize" in their next home. Trends topping wish lists are space, style, luxury and outdoor space.|
|Travel||4/22/2021||Finder's Travel Index||Finder's Travel Index is an ongoing series of surveys conducted in 18 countries to get a beat on the global travel pulse.|
|Car loans||7/21/2021||Car Loan Statistics||Canadians pay an average of $300 to $600 for car loans every month. Learn about the interest they pay, how they get their loans, and more.|
|Stock Trading||06/18/2021||Financial Advisor Report||3 million Canadians to stop using a financial advisor in 2021|
|Divorce||3/11/2021||Divorce Statistics||Nearly 5 million Canadians have experienced a breakup since the start of the pandemic. Read more to find out tips for the suddenly single.|
|Credit Cards||2/15/2021||Credit Card Crunch||10.5 million Canadians are stressed about their pandemic credit card debt.|
|Savings Accounts||01/252021||Canada household savings statistics||Canadian households are forecast to have saved 27.4% of their income in 2020. Find out how Canadians saved in 2020.|
|Cryptocurrency||11/2/2021||Solona Price Predictions||What's in store for the price of SOL this year and beyond?|
|Cryptocurrency||7/14/2021||Dogecoin Price Predictions||What does the future hold for the value of Dogecoin (DOGE)? Nothing bright, according to the panel.|
|Cryptocurrency||7/14/2021||Ethereum Price Predictions||Ethereum to be worth $15,364 by 2025.|
|Cryptocurrency||17/12/2020||Bitcoin Price Predictions||We asked 47 experts for their cryptocurrency price predictions and took a deep dive into the Bitcoin price rally.|
|Shopping||14/12/2020||Porch Pirates||An estimated 6.9 million adults (nearly 1 in 4 Canadians) admit to being victims of porch pirates!|
|Mortgages||16/12/2020||Canadian mortgage statistics||Discover average mortgage sizes around Canada and much more with our comprehensive guide to mortgage statistics.|
|Car insurance||28/09/2020||Road Safety Statistics||From texting and driving to running red lights, an estimated 19.1 million Canadians adults admit to dangerous driving in the last year.|
|Shopping||16/11/2020||Black Friday Statistics||Nearly 1 in 3 Canadians (32%) require deep discounts of 50% or more to buy on Black Friday|
|Shopping||14/10/2020||Halloween statistics 2020||62% of Canadians won’t celebrate, while 9 out of 10 say no to trick or treating.|
|Insurance||28/09/2020||Car Insurance Statistics||Canadians want to know what car insurance policy is right for them. But what factors really determine what they pay? Read more and find out.|
|Business loan statistics||28/08/2020||Car Insurance Statistics||Is now the time to get a business loan? Find out how much debt business owners take on each year, approval rates and more.|
|Investing||28/08/2020||Stock trading statistics||Economic shutdowns impact Canadians' interest in stock trading, with traffic to popular share trading sites doubling (117%) from May 2019 to May 2020.|
|Student Loan Regret||25/08/2020||Student loan regret||While about 73% of Canadians said they attended a post-secondary institution at some point, 81% who took out a loan have some regrets.|
|Home Loans||21/07/2020||Generation Boomerang||About 1.5 million Canadians have moved back in with their parents due to COVID-19. Read the full report and see who else has made a move.|
|Banking||20/04/2020||Digital Banking Statistics||Find out which generation is most interested in digital banking|
|Shopping||16/03/2020||Doomsday prepper statistics||46% of Canadian adults have prepped for an emergency, but just 4% have prepped for a pandemic specifically, according to the latest data from Finder.|
|Insurance||24/02/2020||Insurance-paid upgrade report||From broken bones to lost engagement rings, many Canadians are willing to put it all on the line for an insurance-paid upgrade. How far would you go?|
|Partner Debt||1/2/2020||Sexually transmitted debt||Nearly one in three Canadians have contracted an average of $17,417 in sexually transmitted debt.|
|Shopping||18/12/2019||Drunk shopping||Are we making poor decisions after drinking? It turns out that almost 1 in 3 Canadians admit to shopping under the influence.|
|Shopping||30/10/2019||Cost of convenience||New research from Finder reveals half of Canadians adults (49.92%, or 14.92 million people) spend $2,459.52 a year on conveniences like food delivery, ride-sharing and subscription boxes.|
|Shopping||28/10/2019||Black Friday statistics||Black Friday is synonymous with hoards of Americans busting through the front doors of stores across the country. But as far as the Internet is concerned, the US is no longer the top spot for Black Friday shoppers.|
|Money transfers||26/09/2019||Finder's Starbucks Index Report 2019||Ever wondered how much a Starbucks tall latte costs around the world? And what does that say about the value of currency? Finder's Starbucks Index 2019 delves into the data to find out.|
|Shopping||30/06/2019||Chasing points||22.3 million Canadians are using their credit cards solely for the points. All up, Canada’s credit card points chasers have contributed an estimated $83.2 billion to the economy.|
|Money||16/06/2019||Moving to buy a home||Are Canadians willing to move cities to be able to afford to buy a home? And which cities would they consider moving to? The results might surprise you.|
|Money||22/05/2019||Cost of wine markups||We compared the average mark-up on wine at popular Toronto wine bars.|
|Personal loans||5/1/2021||Personal loans statistics||From the frivolous big ticket items such as weddings and holidays, to more practical expenses, like higher education and mortgages, Finder surveyed 1,200 Canadian adults to find that 65.33%, or 19.52 million, Canadians have taken out a personal loan.|
|Money||16/04/2019||Best and worst household savers||Finder analysis of OECD data found that Canadians rank in the bottom half of 29 countries for saving.|
|Shopping||19/02/2019||Cost of different diets||Finder research reveals that the Atkins diet is the most expensive for adults, costing $4,814 annually. See how other diets rank by cost and weight loss.|
|Money||20/03/2019||Cost of city living||How much can we really save by escaping the city? Finder calculates the price difference between a city and a suburban home in 92 countries.|
|Credit cards||13/01/2019||Credit card statistics||Credit cards are convenient, but can lead to a downward debt spiral. Let's take a look at the state of Canada's credit card use.|
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70% of Canadians are willing to make less on their investments to invest in a socially responsible way.
Finder’s Undateable Debt Report says more than 1 in 10 single Canadians’ primary reason for wanting a partner is to share expenses and make life more affordable.
Majority of Canadians’ (55%) top New Year’s financial resolution is to save more money in 2023.
Half of Canadians (49%) want to receive cash instead of gifts this holiday season to help them pay for bills or build up savings.
Key statistics on grocery shopping show that food prices in Canada are rising quickly and the impact will be costlier meals.
More than 7 million Canadians confess to taking out loans in order to cover the rising cost of living.
Finder looked at Canada’s top video streaming platforms to see how interest has changed over time.
Around 1 in 10 Canadians believe they will be renting forever. Read the full report to find out who is feeling hopeless about homeownership.
Finder asked Canadians why they would buy a rapid antigen Covid-19 test and how much they would spend on one.
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