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March 20, 2001

Governor highlights Bank of Canada's contribution to domestic and global financial stability

As an open economy, Canada has a strong interest in promoting a sound and robust international economic environment, Governor David Dodge said today, in a speech to the Montreal Society of Financial Analysts. He stressed that sound macroeconomic policies and robust and efficient financial systems are of paramount importance in an increasingly interconnected world.
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March 20, 2001

The Bank of Canada and Financial Stability

Remarks David Dodge Montreal Society of Financial Analysts Montréal, Quebec
While monetary stability through low inflation is crucial to good economic performance, our economy cannot function properly unless it is also supported by an efficient and stable financial system. And as the world economy becomes increasingly interconnected, sound macroeconomic policies and sound financial systems across all countries are even more essential.
May 4, 1999

Global financial turbulence and the Canadian economy

Remarks Gordon Thiessen La Chambre de commerce de la région sherbrookoise Sherbrooke, Quebec
The world economy and Canada have had to navigate some difficult straits in the past couple of years. But we have made it through. And considering the tide from the Asian financial crisis that washed around the world, the Canadian economy has coped better this time around than in the past.
June 11, 1998

The outlook for the Canadian economy and monetary policy

Remarks Bernard Bonin The Canadian Association of Financial Planners Québec, Québec
In mid-May we published our semi-annual Report on monetary policy, covering data up to April 24th. That means we now have new data available for the last two months. Furthermore, our report also pointed to a much greater-than-usual degree of uncertainty about the outlook for the Canadian economy.
May 27, 1998

Globalized Financial Markets and Monetary Policy

Remarks Gordon Thiessen La Conférence de Montréal Montréal, Quebec
Globalization - that is, the growing integration and interdependence of national economies - is changing dramatically the economic landscape. Countries are trading more goods and services, an increasing number of firms now operate across national borders, and savers and borrowers have greater access than ever before to global financial markets.