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GDP revisions unlikely to change things for the Bank

The national accounts data provided two pieces of good news this week, with revisions to the historical series and stronger-than-expected third-quarter growth leaving GDP higher than expected. While some argue that this will cause the Bank of Canada to enact another 50 bp interest rate hike next week, we think policymakers will be more concerned by the decline in domestic demand last quarter.

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