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Case for July hike less compelling

There was plenty for the Bank of Canada to digest this week, with the data showing that core inflation fell in May even as GDP growth picked up strongly again. The resilience of economic activity makes us think that the Bank is still leaning toward another hike in July but, with the latest surveys showing that spare capacity is opening up, the case for a hike is not as compelling as we previously thought.

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