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Canada’s Central bank. Promoting the country’s economic and financial welfare. Keeping inflation low, stable and predictable. En français :
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Bank of Canada Jun 22
Next week in , Governor Poloz explains how transparency and trust help us achieve our inflation target. Details here:
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BoC Museum Jun 21
Canada honoured artist Bill Reid on the Canadian Journey Series $20 bill. Think of his work on National Peoples Day. $20, , 🍁 2004 NCC.2005.082.020
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Bank of Canada Jun 19
Governor Poloz congratulates the Canadian Business Growth Fund on its launch today: “Having access to this funding source will help Canadian companies expand, a key ingredient in a strong and sustainable economy.”
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Bank of Canada Jun 19
ICYMI: Deputy Governor Lynn Patterson explained how benchmark interest rates contribute to the stability of the financial system: “Getting them right matters.”
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Canadian Business Growth Fund Jun 19
The Canadian Business Growth Fund launches today. Thank you to our investors and employees for all your hard work to make this happen. We can't wait to start providing long-term, patient, minority capital to mid-market Canadian businesses.
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Bank of Canada Jun 18
: is referenced by an estimated US $350 trillion of outstanding financial contracts. Deputy Governor Lynn Patterson is making the case for benchmark rate reform today in .
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Bank of Canada Jun 18
WATCH NOW: Deputy Governor Lynn Patterson discusses changes and alternatives to the current benchmark rate regime.
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Bank of Canada Jun 18
Speech by Deputy Governor Lynn Patterson: Many benchmarks are no longer suitable for the wide array of derivatives markets they support. Reform “is critical to both the financial industry and the broader economy.”
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Bank of Canada Jun 18
COMING UP: Deputy Governor Lynn Patterson discusses a foundational element of our financial infrastructure – interest rate benchmarks. Speech begins at 13:00 (ET) from
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Bank of Canada Jun 17
: has undergone only one material change in the past 30 years. Deputy Governor Lynn Patterson talks benchmark rate reform in tomorrow.
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Bank of Canada Jun 15
ICYMI: Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins discussed the outlook for the Canadian economy in an interview with RDI économie host yesterday:
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Bank of Canada Jun 14
While in today, Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins was interviewed by of RDI économie. Don’t miss the interview on tonight!
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Bank of Canada Jun 13
Excited to announce our partnership with to strengthen our knowledge of , and other technologies 💡💻🤖
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Bank of Canada Jun 13
“I would like to encourage people at the beginning of their career to establish their network and expand their comfort zone.” Jing Yang, Deputy Managing Director of Canadian Economic Analysis, spoke to XYR Media about pursuing a career in central banking.
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Bank of Canada Jun 11
Report from our Financial System Review: The Bank of Canada’s Financial System Survey
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Bank of Canada Jun 11
Report from our Financial System Review: Covered Bonds as a Source of Funding for Banks’ Mortgage Portfolios
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Bank of Canada Jun 11
Report from our Financial System Review: Establishing a Resolution Regime for Canada’s Financial Market Infrastructures
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Bank of Canada Jun 8
ICYMI: Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins explains how we’re strengthening the way we update Canadians on financial stability concerns.
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Bank of Canada Jun 7
Poloz: “The 3rd main vulnerability we are watching is the possibility of a major successful cyber attack on a financial institution or market infrastructure.”
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Bank of Canada Jun 7
Poloz: “In terms of housing market imbalances, we have also seen some lessening in this vulnerability, though it remains elevated.”
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