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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 17h
Don’t forget, is open for and offering activities throughout the day. Bring your whole family to the Museum for some indoor family fun!
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Bank of Canada Feb 16
: Watch this moving video of , the first Black Canadian woman to challenge racial segregation in Canada, and the face of the country’s upcoming $10 note
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Bank of Canada Feb 16
ICYMI: Deputy Governor Lawrence Schembri discussed price stability and Canada’s monetary policy framework in – thanks to John Harper and for hosting
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
ICYMI: Today’s speech by Lawrence Schembri marked the first in a 4-year series leading up to the next renewal of the Bank’s -targeting framework. Stay tuned for more speeches and opportunities to get involved in the process.
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
: 37 central banks across the globe have also adopted an inflation target and most, especially in advanced economies, have chosen 2% as their target.
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
The as we now know it became our national flag in 1965. See it on .
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
Ideas for our research agenda include looking at the objective of our monetary policy framework, available tools to achieve that objective and the potential role of policy coordination. Check out our new webpage here:
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
Inflation targeting has worked – for 27 years and counting.
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
Ahead of , Schembri says the Bank is examining important developments in advanced economies that could pose a challenge to our monetary policy framework.
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
Why do we target inflation at 2%? Lawrence Schembri says it’s low enough to not materially distort economic decision making and behaviour, but still leaves room for the central bank to act in case of negative shocks to the economy.
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
A central pillar of our monetary policy framework is a flexible, market-determined exchange rate, says Lawrence Schembri. This allows Canada to have an independent target and helps the economy adjust to external shocks.
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
Why is anchoring inflation expectations important? Because the more successful we are at hitting the target, the more credible the policy is and the more confident Canadians are that inflation will remain on target.
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
WATCH LIVE: Deputy Governor Lawrence Schembri discusses price stability and Canada’s monetary policy framework at the luncheon in
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
: Canada became the 2nd central bank to adopt inflation targeting in in 1991 – after New Zealand in 1990.
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
Anchoring Expectations: Canada’s Approach to Price Stability – speech by Deputy Governor Lawrence Schembri in
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
What does the Bank mean when it says it targets ? Catch Deputy Governor Lawrence Schembri’s speech to learn more:
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Bank of Canada Feb 15
: See the campaign in photos. Check out our Flickr gallery of beautiful illustrations of notable Canadians, including , the face of the next $10 note!
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Bank of Canada Feb 14
Tomorrow, Deputy Governor Lawrence Schembri talks about the success of in Canada to (Manitoba chapter of ):
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BoC Museum Feb 14
Social justice role model, trailblazing activist will be the first Canadian woman on a regular bank note. Learn more about her.
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Bank of Canada Feb 14
Tune into our webcast tomorrow to see Deputy Governor Lawrence Schembri discuss price stability and Canada’s monetary policy framework at the luncheon in
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