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December 10, 2020 Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce, the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, and the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce - Media Availability (Webcasts)

Our quantitative easing operations: Looking under the hood — Deputy Governor Paul Beaudry of the Bank of Canada speaks before the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce, the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, and the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce. (14:50 (ET) approx.)

December 10, 2020 Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce, the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, and the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce - Speech (Webcasts)

Our quantitative easing operations: Looking under the hood — Deputy Governor Paul Beaudry of the Bank of Canada speaks before the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce, the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, and the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce. (13:30 (ET) approx.)

December 10, 2020

How quantitative easing works

Speech summary Paul Beaudry Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce, the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, and the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce Fredericton, New Brunswick, Moncton, New Brunswick, Saint John, New Brunswick
Deputy Governor Paul Beaudry explains the Bank’s quantitative easing program and its role in the economic recovery. He also discusses the Bank’s decision yesterday to leave the policy rate unchanged.
December 10, 2020

Our quantitative easing operations: looking under the hood

Remarks (delivered virtually) Paul Beaudry Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce, the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, and the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce Fredericton, New Brunswick, Moncton, New Brunswick, Saint John, New Brunswick
Deputy Governor Paul Beaudry talks about the Bank’s latest interest rate announcement and discusses how quantitative easing supports economic recovery and the 2% inflation target.

September 20, 2011 Saint John Board of Trade (Audio)

Recent Economic Developments - Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of Canada, speaks before the Saint John Board of Trade at 12:50 ET.

February 5, 1998

International developments and the prospects for the Canadian economy

A year ago, in early 1997, prospects for global economic growth were very promising. World economic activity had strengthened and was expected to accelerate further, with the benefit of low inflation, reduced fiscal imbalances, and stable or declining interest rates. In Canada too, output and employment growth had picked up.