The central bank said that the majority of its monetary policy board members now expected growth of 1.2%. Members had in April expected growth to hit 1.5%, down from an earlier estimate of 2.1%.
"Compared with the projections presented in the April Outlook for Economic Activity and Prices, growth prospects have shifted somewhat lower," the
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