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- Said to say that at next week's Bank of Canada rate decision (17th April) the bank could downgrade their outlook, but the language is to stay the same, indicating the next move would be a rate hike, but the economy will take longer to close the output gap.
Print 14:09, 11 Apr 2013 - Economic commentary - Source: RANsquawk
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