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The Bank of Canada is widely expected to leave the overnight rate unchanged at 5 per cent on Wednesday after three hikes this year. In fact, markets are now pricing in a slim chance of a rate cut with it rising to more than 50 per cent by April. U.S. jobs data for November will be released on Friday and non-farm payrolls is expected to rise. The Campbell Soup Co. reports fiscal Q1 earnings on Thursday. Globe Advisor assistant editor Rajeshni Naidu-Ghelani outlines what to watch out for in investing and financial news in Advisor Lookahead.

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