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A less hawkish hold

The second consecutive month of muted core inflation pressures in October should have further reduced the Bank of Canada’s appetite for another interest rate hike. While markets are now in agreement with our forecast that the Bank will cut the policy rate by April next year, we still judge that markets are significantly underestimating the degree of loosening to come in 2024.

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