The Bank of Canada’s quarterly business and consumer surveys showed a broad decline in inflation expectations and are consistent with a renewed slowdown in GDP growth. The Bank could use those developments to justify keeping interest rates unchanged at its July meeting but, with short-term inflation expectations still elevated and hiring intentions strong, we think the Bank will press on with a final hike.
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