Despite the rebound in GDP in May, growth in the second quarter looks set to be weaker than expected. With some of the factors supporting GDP set to unwind, third-quarter growth is also likely to come in lower than the Bank of Canada’s upwardly-revised forecasts. That supports our view that the Bank is probably finished hiking.
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