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Why wait?

The upside surprise to first-quarter GDP growth means there is a rising probability that the Bank of Canada will raise interest rates again. While the commonly held view seems to be that the Bank will wait until July, the passing of the US debt ceiling deal leads us to think that the Bank will instead pull the trigger next week.

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