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    BANK OF CANADA LEAVES KEY INTEREST RATE UNCHANGED AT 1.75%
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    BOC: GLOBAL GROWTH HAS SLOWED BY MORE THAN PREVIOUSLY ESTIMATED
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    BANK OF CANADA ABANDONS BIAS FOR HIGHER INTEREST RATES
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    BANK OF CANADA CUTS 2019 GDP GROWTH FORECAST TO 1.2% FROM 1.7%
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    BOC: INFLATION NEAR 2% AND TO REMAIN ON TARGET THROUGH 2021

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