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Consumer Prices (Jan.)

While the larger-than-expected drop in headline inflation in January was partly driven by weaker than expected energy inflation, the Bank of Canada will be pleased to see the more marked easing in its measures of core inflation. Our base case is that the Bank will cut rates at its June meeting, but the balance of risks is now more skewed to an earlier cut.

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