The Bank of Canada conserved both ammunition and words Wednesday.
Governor Stephen Poloz and the rest of the Governing Council used 335 words to explain their decision to leave Canada’s benchmark rate at 0.5%. Laurentian Bank’s Sébastien Lavoie, a former Bank of Canada economist, said it was the shortest statement ever. Lavoie reckoned that was because there wasn’t much to say.
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