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Bank to acknowledge reality in the new year

  • The Bank of Canada is clinging on to the idea that restrictive policy is still needed to get inflation back to 2%. Nonetheless, with core inflation pressures muted, GDP and house prices falling, and labour market conditions loosening rapidly, it won’t be long before the Bank is forced to start cutting interest rates.

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