Carolyn Wilkins, the No. 2 at the Bank of Canada, got a taste of the kind of power that comes with being the No. 1.
Wilkins, who is on everyone’s shortlist of potential replacements for the current governor, Stephen Poloz, spoke in Montreal on Nov. 19. She used different words to restate the position that the Bank of Canada laid out a couple of weeks ago in a new policy statement, an updated economic outlook, an overview of the deliberations that led to the decision to leave the benchmark rate unchanged, and a press conference.
The Canadian dollar fell.
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