Canada Economics

Canada Economics Focus

3 March, 2014

Lower Canadian dollar points to rebound in inflation

Although inflation has been uncomfortably low for some time now, the risk of a slide into deflation is still fairly modest. Long-term inflation expectations remain well anchored and the Canadian dollar’s recent slump will soon begin to have a more discernible impact on consumer inflation, pushing it back towards the mid-point of the Bank of Canada’s 1% to 3% target range.

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