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Ottawa on the Potomac

12 Jul 2017 By Tom Buerkle

The central bank raised its key interest rate for the first time in nearly seven years, saying growth looked healthy. Inflation remains below target, though, and a housing bubble threatens to deflate. It’s hard for Canada not to match tighter U.S. policy, but it carries risks.

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