30 November 2010

Moreover, in September the GDP declined by 0.1% compared to a 0.3% hike in the previous month.
“It seems we saw the largest growth of this year just in the first few months,” – says Douglas Porter, BMO Nesbitt Burns deputy chief economist. “Now there’s no need for the Bank of Canada to raise rates again”.

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