Wilkins offers optimistic assessment of Canadian economy

Carolyn Wilkins, deputy governor, Bank of Canada

The deputy governor of the Bank of Canada has hinted the next move in interest rates for the country will be an upward one, when she issued a more optimistic review of the economy.

Speaking on June 12 at the Asper School of Business, Winnipeg, Carolyn Wilkins said the country was currently experiencing a period of economic strength, which was promoting growth across the majority of sectors.

“The adjustment to lower oil prices is now largely behind us, and we are looking for signs that the

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