As it is widely anticipated that the Bank of Canada will taper its asset purchases next week, the more significant development may be the introduction of a new range of indicators that the Bank will use to monitor labour market slack. These should help us to gauge the extent to which the Bank’s reaction function has changed since the pandemic.
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