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The end of the tightening cycle?

The Bank of Canada delivered a somewhat dovish 50bp rate hike today, by softening its explicit forward guidance that interest rates will need to rise further. Our GDP and inflation forecasts suggest there is little need for the Bank to raise rates interest again in January, but it could still opt for a final 25bp move to reduce the chance of markets pricing in even more policy loosening next year.  

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