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  • September 19, 2000

    Summary of Consultation Results

    On 19 September 2000, the Bank of Canada published details of its plan to adopt a new system of eight “fixed” or pre-specified dates each year for announcing any changes to the official interest rate that it uses to implement monetary policy. Before finalizing and implementing the specific calendar of fixed dates, including the day of the week and time of day for announcements, the Bank invited interested Canadians to provide their views on the new fixed-date system.
  • September 19, 2000

    A New System of Fixed Dates for Announcing Changes to the Bank Rate

    In November 2000, the Bank of Canada introduced a new system of eight "fixed" or pre-specified dates each year for announcing any changes to the official interest rate it uses to implement monetary policy. This paper describes the basic features of the proposed approach, elaborates its key advantages and identifies issues for consultation.
  • September 19, 2000

    Bank of Canada to adopt fixed dates for announcing Bank Rate changes

    The Bank of Canada today outlined details of its plan to adopt a system of eight “fixed” or pre-specified dates each year for announcing any changes to the official interest rate it uses to implement monetary policy—the rate of interest it charges on short-term loans to financial institutions.
    Content Type(s): Press, Press Releases

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