Although the data this week showed renewed rises in the annual rates of CPI-trim and CPI-median inflation in October, our calculations show that the timelier 3-month annualised measures both declined. That could persuade the Bank of Canada to drop down to a 25bp hike next month, particularly as the other data this week pointed to weaker economic activity.
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