Canada Inflation Continues to Ease to three.1% in October
Updated Nov. 21, 2023 9:02 am ET
OTTAWA—Inflation in Canada once more cooled in October as costs on the pump dropped, including weight to expectations that the central financial institution’s aggressive rate-rising marketing campaign is over regardless of some pressures nonetheless being felt by Canadians.
Consumer costs edged up 0.1% in October and rose 3.1% from a 12 months earlier, the slowest tempo since June and properly beneath than the height of 8.1% hit in the midst of final 12 months, Statistics Canada stated Tuesday.
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