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Bank of Canada prematurely hikes interest rates underestimating potential damage to employment

The Bank of Canada announced a further 25 basis point increase in the bank rate despite the fact that unemployment is still above 6 % and there is absolutely no evidence of inflationary pressure in the economy. Whatever rise in … Continue reading

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Mark Carney chosen to head the Bank of England: Bold Decision Big Challenges Ahead

The Decision of the British government to appoint the Canadian central banker Mark Carney as the new Governor of the Bank of England , the crown jewel of central banks, is a bold decision by Chancellor George Osborne and PM … Continue reading

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