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Bank wants to see rise in unemployment

Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem said this week that the unemployment rate will need to rise to help restore price stability, but he also played down the significance of the strong gains in employment and average earnings in October. That suggests there is still scope for the Bank to drop down to a 25bp hike next month, although the CPI data next week could still swing things either way.

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