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Bank’s dovish tilt looking premature

The modest fiscal loosening unveiled in the Fall Economic Statement this week is unlikely to move the needle much for monetary policy, but the surge in employment in October and the acceleration in wage growth nevertheless leave the Bank of Canada’s dovish tilt last week looking premature.

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