By Louise Egan OTTAWA, April 30 (Reuters) - The Bank of Canada is on track for further interest rate cuts but the timing will depend on factors largely beyond Canada's borders, Governor Mark Carney said on Wednesday. In testimony to a parliamentary committee shortly after the U.S. Federal Reserve cut its federal funds rate by a quarter point to 2 percent, Carney emphasized the strengths of the Canadian economy compared with the "number of challenges" facing the U.S. economy. Strong ...
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