Trudeau Spending Seen Drawing Out Bank of Canada Inflation Fight – Bloomberg

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High government spending may hamper the Bank of Canada’s ability to control inflation for years to come, despite assurances from fiscal authorities that they’re acting with sufficient restraint.
Most consumers see elevated government expenditures impeding the central bank’s bid to rein in prices for another three years or more, according to a quarterly Bank of Canada survey released Monday. A third of respondents see the impact lasting longer than five years. 


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