Lower for Longer Now Applies to Canada's Exports

The Bank of Canada has spent more than two years warning anyone who would listen -- households, pension funds, governments -- that it’s time to adapt to a new normal of slower growth and persistently lower interest rates. Now, the bank has accepted that these same demographic factors suppressing global growth in advanced economies, including the U.S., also entail a slower rise in Canadian exports. Bloomberg's Luke Kawa reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

Korea Exports, Inflation Top Estimates
52:03 - South Korea's consumer prices rose at their fastest pace since 2012 in August. Exports expanded for the tenth month in a row. So, could the Bank of Korea be considering an interest rate cut? Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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