While the continued above-target gains in the CPI-trim and CPI-median core measures may cause some concern for the Bank of Canada, there were still some encouraging disinflationary signs in the July CPI data. There is scope for an unwinding of some of the factors that put upward pressure on core prices in July, which should lead to a more pronounced easing of core inflation later this year.
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