Oil Price drop leaves Canada’s economy more vulnerable to shock, says BoC

Oil Price drop leaves Canada’s economy more vulnerable to shock, says BoC

Published on June 12, 2015

OTTAWA—The still-uncertain fallout from the steep drop in oil prices has left the country’s financial system more vulnerable to any significant economic shocks to employment and incomes, the Bank of Canada said Thursday....

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