New model for assessing underlying inflationary pressure: Canada

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A Bank of Canada discussion paper has come up with an alternative means for assessing underlying inflationary pressures that excludes components with exceptionally large price changes.

Measures of core inflation enable a central bank to distinguish price movements that are transitory and generated by non-monetary events from those that are more permanent and related to prior monetary policy decisions. A new discussion paper issued by the central bank looked into this important area.

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