Next Rate Move Will be Lower: CIBC

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Just months ago, the prospect of an additional Bank of Canada rate hike by the end of 2020 was very much on the table. In recent weeks, however, whispers that the next rate move may in fact be down have been growing louder. In December, Capital Economics said they expected a rate cut before the […]

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