MOSCOW (Reuters) – All the talk of economic weakness during the G20 talks in Moscow does not make the Bank of Canada more inclined to keep rates low for longer than it had otherwise planned, Governor Stephen Poloz said on Saturday. Poloz also came to the defense of the U.S. Federal Reserve, stating that Chairman Ben Bernanke's description of plans eventually to taper its bond buying was carefully communicated, as asked for in Saturday's communiqué of finance ministers and central bankers of the Group of 20 leading economies. …
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