INSTANT VIEW-Canada July consumer prices rise, stay below target


TORONTO, Aug 20 (Reuters) - A spike in energy costs and a new consumption tax in some provinces pushed up Canada's annual inflation rate to 1.8 percent in July from 1.0 percent in June, but still put little pressure on the central bank to raise interest rates. LINKS: Story: [ID:nN20500487] COMMENTARY: CHARLES ST-ARNAUD, CANADIAN ECONOMIST AND CURRENCY STRATEGIST AT NOMURA SECURITIES INTERNATIONAL "It was actually weaker than what we were ...

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