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Brighter past, gloomier future

The revisions to the national accounts leave the post-pandemic recovery looking stronger than we thought. But that is partly due to intense inventory building, which leaves the economy vulnerable to a period of destocking now that demand is weakening. That makes it even more likely that the Bank of Canada will soon pivot to interest rate cuts, although it’s too soon to expect an overtly dovish message next week.

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