Canada names John Murray as deputy

The Bank of Canada has appointed John Murray as a deputy governor.

Murray, who has been an adviser to the governor since the start of the millennium, was promoted on 4 January, replacing Tiff Macklem.

David Dodge, the governor who is to depart at the end of this month, said: "John Murray brings to his role as deputy governor an outstanding depth of knowledge, particularly in international matters."

Murray joined the central bank in 1980 as a senior economist and since then has worked as a res

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