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Economy buckling under weight of high interest rates

We expect another few quarters of near-zero GDP growth to lead to an annual gain of just 0.7% next year. Even with higher oil prices, the weakness of economic growth leaves scope for CPI inflation to fall back to the 2% target in 2024. That will allow the Bank of Canada to cut its policy rate substantially next year, to 3.0%.

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