Canada Economics

Canada Economics Weekly

16 February, 2018

Core inflation to remain muted

Global bond markets have been shaken by the recent run of stronger wage and price inflation figures in the US. Although we have long expected that a rebound in core inflation south of the border would prompt the Fed to hike US interest rates more aggressively this year, we suspect that core inflation in Canada will remain slightly below the 2% mid-point of the Bank of Canada’s target range.

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