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Rising house prices could delay policy loosening

Following the renewed concerns about regional US banks this week, markets are again pricing in interest rate cuts from the Bank of Canada later this year. From a domestic perspective, however, the strength of the local real estate board data in April and resilience of the labour market suggests that the Bank is unlikely to contemplate loosening policy any time soon.

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