OEA - Presentation on the Monetary Policy Report

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Thursday 12 July 2018, 10:30 - 12:00


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Ottawa Economics Association

July 12, 2018 Event

Presentation on the Monetary Policy Report

This session will be private, closed to media


SPEAKER:   Laurent Martin, Senior Policy Advisor, Bank of Canada Canadian Economic Analysis Department (CEA)


WHERE:   Bank of Canada Conference Centre, 30 Bank Street  (Southwest corner of Bank and Wellington Streets)  


WHEN:   Thursday, July 12, 10:30 to 12:00




Pre-registration is mandatory because of Bank of Canada security procedures.  

To register, please complete the online registration form below.  Registration deadline is 8:00 PM,  Monday, July 9, but will close earlier should the event reach capacity.  

There is no charge for this workshop.   However, as space is limited,  priority will be given to members for registrations received prior to  June 25.     

For security purposes, no attendees will be admitted to the session after 10:50 A.M.




Have inflationary pressures eased or grown in recent months?  Is the economy operating close to capacity? How prominent a role will the recent trade dispute play in monetary policy decisions? Is the Bank biased towards a tighter monetary policy or towards the status quo?   What are the main risks to the economic outlook?

Join us to hear a detailed overview of the Bank's policies and strategies, plus a look at the current economic climate and its implications for inflation.  

This event will follow by one day the Bank of Canada’s release of its quarterly Monetary Policy Report and as such will be especially timely. 




Laurent Martin was appointed Senior Policy Advisor of the Bank of Canada’s Canadian Economic Analysis Department (CEA) in December 2017. In this capacity, he is part of the leadership team that directs and manages the department.  He leads CEA’s contribution to the Bank of Canada’s Monetary Policy Report (MPR) and conducts research and analysis on current economic issues relevant to the Bank’s monetary policy objectives.  



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