Bank of Canada may be set for billions of losses

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A new report published by a Canadian think-tank projects the Bank of Canada could post billions in losses over the next three years. The report follows the central bank’s announcement of its first-ever loss in 2022.

The Toronto-based CD Howe Institute published the report, Reversal of Fortunes: Rising Interest Rates and Losses at the Bank of Canada, on January 12.

The central bank’s balance sheet problems are a byproduct of the pandemic. The Bank of Canada adopted quantitative easing in late

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