The Bank of Canada’s hawkish communications this week, alongside its 75bp policy rate hike, suggest that it remains unfazed about the downside risks to activity and that it initially favours a 50bp hike at the next meeting in October. That said, the labour market weakness in August provides some support for our current forecast of a smaller 25bp
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