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Mark Carney delivers his last speech as governor of the Bank of Canada before the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal, Tuesday, May 21, 2013 in Montreal. The Bank of Canada says it will need to keep interest rates at current, stimulative low levels for some time to come, although it had some good news in the final report under Carney — the economy performed stronger than anticipated in the first quarter of 2013.
Mark Carney delivers his last speech as governor of the Bank of Canada before the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal, Tuesday, May 21, 2013 in Montreal. The Bank of Canada says it will need to keep interest rates at current, stimulative low levels for some time to come, although it had some good news in the final report under Carney — the economy performed stronger than anticipated in the first quarter of 2013.
(Paul Chiasson/CP)

DAVID PARKINSON

The phrase to remember in Carney’s final rate statement

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On his way out the door, the usually talkative Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney had remarkably little to say.