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Follow that loonie!

1 June 2010 By Martin Hutchinson

The central bank s 0.25 pct rate rise, the first in the G7, owed much to GDP growth, rising inflation and a declining savings rate. Other countries may be growing more slowly but their fiscal positions make ultralow rates riskier. Canada s may be an example worth following.

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