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Caution favours the hold

The rapid easing in core inflation pressures this year means the Bank of Canada is set to cut interest rates either next week or in July. While it will be a very close call, the recent resilience of GDP and employment growth leads us to think that the Bank will err on the side of caution by waiting until July.

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