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The Bank of Canada Has Barked, But Will It Bite?

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Mon, 3 Dec 2012

As Canadian consumers have increased their mortgage debt and bid up housing prices, the potential for a disorderly unwinding of these imbalances rightly concerns the Bank of Canada. PIMCO believes that the bank’s next policy move will be to raise interest rates, but with the traditional aim of figh

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