The Bank of Canada is set to raise interest rates by a smaller 25 bp next week. While many will be looking for clues that this will be the end of the tightening cycle, the key risk to market pricing is that the Bank sends a hawkish signal by including new forward guidance that it expects interest rates to remain high for longer than is widely assumed.
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