The Bank of Canada kept its policy rate unchanged at 4.5% today as expected but, with one eye on the strength of the recent US data and the Fed’s hawkish reaction to that, it sounded less confident that it could maintain the conditional pause in rates that it only put in place in January. Nevertheless, we continue to judge that the Bank’s next move will be an interest rate cut.
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