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Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz takes part in a news conference upon the release of the Monetary Policy Report in Ottawa January 21, 2015.

Here comes the Bank of Canada…

The Bank of Canada is expected to hold rates steady at a policy announcement Wednesday as the future of NAFTA remains uncertain.
Canada's PM Trudeau speaks during a press conference where Alphabet Inc, the owner of Google, announced the project "Sidewalk Toronto", that will develop an area of Toronto's waterfront using new technologies to develop high-tech urban areas in Toronto

Canada’s economy grows at its fastest pace in a year as exports surge

Canada's economic growth accelerated in the second quarter at the fastest pace in a year, driven by a sharp increase in exports and consumer spending.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz speaks during a news conference in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, October 19, 2016.

The loonie is climbing after the Bank of Canada raised its benchmark rate to 1.5%

Canada's central bank raised its key rate by 25 basis points to 1.5% on Wednesday, marking the fourth hike since last summer.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz takes part in a news conference upon the release of the Monetary Policy Report in Ottawa January 21, 2015.

Here comes the Bank of Canada…

The Bank of Canada is expected to hold rates steady at a policy announcement Wednesday morning as NAFTA negotiations look poised to drag into next year and amid concerns about a slowing housing market.

Bank of Canada holds key rate as expected, Canadian dollar falls

The Bank of Canada was expected to leave its key interest rate unchanged amid uncertainty surrounding the housing market and NAFTA.

The Bank of Canada holds, says it’s worried about NAFTA

The Bank of Canada holds rates at 1.00%, as expected.

The Bank of Canada surprises with a rate hike

The Bank of Canada is out with its latest monetary policy decision at 10 a.m. ET.

The Bank of Canada holds

The Bank of Canada's latest monetary policy decision.

Here’s why the Bank of Canada won’t do the most obvious thing it can to pop the housing bubble

By raising borrowing costs, a central bank can usually slow down risky consumer credit and spending.

The Bank of Canada holds

The Bank of Canada's latest monetary policy decision.