The larger-than-expected fall in CPI inflation in January was partly due to one-off effects, but still reduces the chance that the Bank of Canada will be forced to resume raising interest rates. Nevertheless, the renewed rises in the job vacancy rate and firms’ selling price and wage expectations mean that we cannot rule out the possibility altogether.
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