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Consumer Prices (Dec.)

Although the annual rates of core inflation remain elevated, the three-month annualised rates of CPI-trim and CPI-median dropped back to 2.5% in December. Elevated inflation expectations mean that the Bank of Canada will probably still raise interest rates further next week, but the CPI data suggest that a smaller 25 bp hike is the most likely outcome.

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