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Bank of Canada could resume hikes if data proves slowdown temporary: Poloz


The Bank of Canada could start hiking rates again "sometime down the road," although such a move will depend on whether upcoming economic data backs up its assessment that a current slowdown is only a temporary detour, the central bank's head said on Thursday. Read MoreOriginal Article

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