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September 7, 2012

Elevated Commodity Prices “Unambiguously Good” for Canada, Says Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney

The global commodities boom drives enormous benefits for Canada, including higher incomes and greater economic security, Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney said today in a speech to the 2012 Spruce Meadows Changing Fortunes: Global Economies Round Table. “Most fundamentally, higher commodity prices are unambiguously good for Canada,” Governor Carney told delegates. “The strength of […]
Content Type(s): Press, Press releases
March 26, 2011

Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney discusses Challenges Posed by Globalization, Proposes Global Code of Conduct for Capital Flows

Speaking at the Annual Meeting of the Inter-American Development Bank, Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney called on global policymakers to work towards renewing the “rules of the game” of the international monetary system, while implementing short-term measures, such as a code of conduct for capital flows, to improve the functioning of the current system.
Content Type(s): Press, Press releases
March 26, 2011

Inter-American Development Bank’s Annual Meeting (Audio)

The Paradigm Shifts: Global Imbalances, Policy, and Latin America - Remarks in a seminar at the Inter-American Development Bank’s Annual Meeting.

September 10, 2010

Restoring Faith in the International Monetary System

Remarks Mark Carney Spruce Meadows Changing Fortunes Round Table Calgary, Alberta
We are three years into the global financial crisis, and its dynamics still dominate the economic outlook. In particular, broad forces of bank, household, and sovereign deleveraging can be expected to add to the variability and temper the pace of global economic growth in the years ahead.
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