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April back in play for first interest rate cut

The encouraging January CPI data mean that the Bank of Canada’s April policy meeting is back in play for a potential interest rate cut, although it still seems more likely that the Bank will wait until June – unless the economic and labour market data weaken markedly in the next seven weeks.

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