July 24, 2003 The Bank of Canada today released its 2004 schedule of eight dates for announcing decisions on its key policy interest rate, and confirmed the announcement dates for the remainder of this year.
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July 17, 2003 The Bank of Canada today released its Update to the April Monetary Policy Report.
July 17, 2003 Today, we released our Update to the April Monetary Policy Report. The Update reviews economic and financial trends in the context of Canada's inflation-control strategy.
July 15, 2003 The Bank of Canada today announced that it is lowering its target for the overnight rate by one-quarter of one percentage point to 3 per cent.
June 20, 2003 The Bank of Canada today announced the appointment of Professor John Helliwell to the visiting-economist position of Special Adviser during 2003 and 2004.
June 18, 2003 Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge reviewed some of the developments that are influencing the Canadian economy in a speech today to the Metropolitan Halifax Chamber of Commerce.
June 18, 2003 It's been a year since I last spoke in Halifax, and a lot has changed since then. We've witnessed some extraordinary events, both in Canada and around the world. On the whole, Canada's economy has withstood the turmoil quite well. The impact of some more recent events is not yet clear.
June 12, 2003 Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge reviewed some of the developments that are influencing both demand and prices for Canadian goods and services in a speech today to the Conseil du patronat du Québec.
June 12, 2003 I want to talk to you about the Canadian economy - how it has evolved over the past few months and what are the prospects ahead. In doing so, I will review the economic forecast from our latest Monetary Policy Report, which we published in April. Then I will talk about what has changed since that time.
June 11, 2003 Our statistical needs are fundamentally shaped by what we are expected to do under our mandate. The primary goal of most central banks today is to conduct monetary policy so as to achieve and maintain price stability. Low, stable, and predictable inflation is the means to our ultimate objective of solid economic performance over time.