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However, Watt doesn't think the central bank will change its key interest rates either up or down this week.

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In fact, many analysts don't think the central bank will start raising rates until 2015 and some even think it could be persuaded to cut.

And in its monetary policy report, also released Oct. 23, the Bank of Canada said 2013 growth will likely average 1.6 per cent, two tenths of a point lower than the previous forecast. Its projection for 2014 was lowered by four tenths of a point to 2.3 per cent and 2015's estimate was eased back to 2.6 per cent, a notch below the July estimate.

The central bank's ideal inflation rate is 2.0 per cent, but considers it to be acceptable within one percentage point higher or lower. The latest monthly report from Statistics Canada showed that the national inflation rate in October was just 0.7 per cent.

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The Bank of Canada will, in all likelihood, keep its trend setting rate at a low one per cent, where it has been since late 2010 amid weak global economic conditions.

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Speculation about a cut gained momentum after the bank's last announcement Oct. 23, when it dropped its warning about the potential for higher interest rates.

"Earnings are generally forecast to rise five to seven per cent, year over year, which is pretty attractive," said Chris King, portfolio manager at Morgan, Meighen and Associates.

tapering in December," Watt said.

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"But our view is we don't to have super strong data (for the Fed to start tapering). We just need to have 'not terrible' numbers."

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"are still very strong businesses . . . they generate 15 to 18 per cent return on equity, these are solid businesses and they generate strong returns for shareholders."

Meanwhile, the Canada's quarterly earnings season wraps up this week with reports from the major Canadian banks. The market is looking at another strong quarter, along with full year earnings.

And traders will also look forward to what is expected to be another successful slate of earnings from the big Canadian banks, which are preparing to report for the financial year ended Oct. 31.

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TORONTO Investors will have plenty to take in as the last month of 2013 begins, including the Bank of Canada's next interest rate announcement on Wednesday.

In fact, excluding certain volatile items such as gasoline and fresh food prices, core inflation was 1.2 per cent in October, down one point from September and within the central bank's Air Max 2016 Heat target range of 1 to 3 per cent.

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This data will be crucial in the Fed determining whether it starts to cut back on its US$85 billion of monthly bond purchases at its next meeting on Dec. 18. recovers from the last recession.

The other major Canadian data reports are merchandise trade on Wednesday and the November employment figures on Friday. The national unemployment rate is expected to be unchanged at 6.9 per cent, with about 15,000 jobs added. also comes out Friday, following a string of other data earlier in the week, including the latest readings on manufacturing, new home sales and the final revision to third quarter gross domestic product growth.

Such a performance would come at a time when the TSX financial sector is up about 20 per cent year to date. A chunk of that increase is due to a sharp runup in the battered insurance sector.

slew of top drawer economic data could provide clues about when the Federal Reserve might start cutting back its monetary stimulus.

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"The bank has already cut its growth forecast in the latest MPR," observed David Watt, chief economist at HSBC Canada.

Speculation about tapering has roiled markets since May, when outgoing Fed chairman Ben Bernanke first mentioned that the bank may taper the stimulus, which has encouraged a strong stock rally.

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