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On Commodity-Sensitive Currencies and Inflation Targeting

Staff Working Paper 2001-3 Kevin Clinton
Two aspects of the recent monetary history of Canada, Australia, and New Zealand stand out: the sensitivity of their dollars to prices of resource-based commodities, and inflation targeting. This paper explores various aspects of these phenomena.
February 27, 2001

Fall Consultations—2000: Summary of Comments

As it does every year during the Fall, the government sought views from market participants on a number of issues related to the design and operations of government debt programs in the next fiscal year. To allow comments to be received from a broader range of participants, the consultation documents were available on the Bank […]
February 27, 2001

Fall Consultations - 2000: Summary of Comments

As it has done in the Fall of previous years, the Department of Finance jointly with the Bank of Canada held consultations with market participants on issues relating to the design and operation of government debt programs in 2001-2002.
Content Type(s): Press, Announcements
February 20, 2001

Governor underlines Bank of Canada's ongoing commitment to good economic performance

In highlighting the Bank's commitment to contribute to the economic well-being of Canadians, Mr. Dodge said that the Bank must continue to "conduct monetary policy so as to promote sustained economic growth, create conditions conducive to rising investment, employment, and incomes, and encourage a more stable macroeconomic environment." He stressed that the best contribution monetary policy can make to such an outcome is "to keep future inflation low, stable, and predictable."
Content Type(s): Press, Press releases
February 20, 2001

The Bank of Canada and Monetary Policy: Future Directions

Remarks David Dodge Toronto Board of Trade Toronto, Ontario
There are three main issues I want to address publicly as I begin my term: the Bank's contribution to good economic performance; the Bank's contribution to promoting financial stability, both nationally and internationally; and the importance of open and frank dialogue with business, labour, and the general public.

David Dodge

Mr. Dodge, appointed Governor of the Bank of Canada, effective 1 February 2001 for a term of seven years, retired on 31 January 2008. As Governor, he was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bank. A native of Toronto, Mr. Dodge received a bachelor's degree (honours) in economics from Queen's University, and a […]
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