Canada's Kennedy on adjusting to economic change

In the speech 'Adjusting to economic change' given on 22 February Sheryl Kennedy of the Bank of Canada said the central bank's 4.25 percent overnight interest rate is consistent with achieving its 2 percent inflation target.

In her speech to the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce, Kennedy also said the biggest downside risk to the Canadian economy is prolonged weakness in the U.S. economy, while upside risks are the domestic housing market and credit growth putting upward pressure on demand

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