Four key risks for the Bank of Canada

Author: Andy Kochar

October 30, 2017

The Canadian economy seems to have approached normal levels of growth after surging through the first half of 2017. As we look forward, Andy Kochar discusses four key risks that could potentially delay the pace of rate hikes by the Bank of Canada, including his thoughts on the latest measures made to cool down the housing sector.

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Written by

Andy Kochar, CFA

Associate Portfolio Manager

AGF Investments Inc.

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