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50, 75…100 bp?

Following its second 50 bp policy rate hike, the Bank of Canada hinted that it will consider an even larger move next month. With CPI inflation heading to 7.5% this month due to the renewed surge in gasoline prices, there is a clear chance of a larger move, particularly if there is also a jump in long-run inflation expectations in the forthcoming consumer and business surveys.

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