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Too soon for pause to become permanent

The fall in CPI inflation in January and stagnation in fourth-quarter GDP mean there is little chance of the Bank of Canada resuming interest rate hikes next week. But concerns about the tight labour market and the prospect of more restrictive policy elsewhere mean the Bank won’t rule out the possibility that rates might rise further.

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