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Southern discomfort

8 September 2011 By Martin Hutchinson

The Bank of Canada has stopped raising interest rates at 1 percent, largely because of deteriorating U.S. conditions. That’s a pity – Canada would benefit from rates above inflation. But sluggishness and policy wrangling south of the border sap growth and push up the Loonie.

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