Governor Tiff Macklem stressed on Wednesday that the pause in the Bank of Canada’s tightening cycle is conditional on looser conditions in the labour market and a fall in inflation expectations. The CFIB Business Barometer showed evidence of both a day later, with labour shortages easing significantly and selling price expectations falling to an 18-month low. This adds to our sense that the Bank’s next move will be a rate cut.
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