Canada January inflation dips, rate hike unlikely


(Adds quotes) By David Ljunggren OTTAWA, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Canada's annual inflation rate dipped to 2.0 percent in January from 2.1 percent in December, strengthening the view that the Bank of Canada will leave interest rates unchanged next month. Analysts had on average forecast the annual inflation rate would increase to 2.2 percent in January. Statistics Canada said on Tuesday that cheaper computer equipment and clothing had moderated an increase in gasoline prices. Core ...

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