The stagnation in GDP in April was weaker than expected but, with the preliminary estimate pointing to a sharp rise in GDP in May, quarterly growth should still be a touch higher than the Bank of Canada expected. While growth was probably still below the economy’s potential, the strength in May still suggests that another interest rate hike is likely next month.
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