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May 22, 2008

Bank of Canada Governor Outlines Principles for Liquid Markets

Central banks have been more active in providing liquidity support for key markets throughout the recent financial market turbulence because well-functioning markets are important for the conduct of monetary policy and the efficient operation of the economy, Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney said today in a speech to the New York Association for Business Economics.
Content Type(s): Press, Press releases
November 6, 2007

North America in Today's Global Economic Setting

Remarks Paul Jenkins Canadian Association of New York New York, New York
In recent months, much has been said, and written, about developments in financial markets. The turbulence in global credit markets, which had its roots in developments in the market for subprime mortgages here in the United States, has been a focal point of attention for market participants and policy-makers around the world.
April 15, 2005

How Canada is Adjusting to Global Economic Forces

Remarks David Dodge Canadian Association of New York New York, New York
The Bank of Canada has been examining the issue of how the Canadian economy adjusts movements in the exchange rate for a long time. Canada's economy is very open, so we always need to understand how exchange rate movements are affecting real economic activity and, in turn, what the implications are for monetary policy.
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