November 16, 2017 / 12:51 AM / a year ago

BRIEF-BoC's Wilkins: there are trade-offs when it comes to monetary policy

Nov 15 (Reuters) -

* Bank of Canada’s Wilkins: there are trade-offs when it comes to monetary policy, micro, macroprudential measures help most on financial stability

* BoC’s Wilkins: there was no sense at time of rate hikes that we thought pace of growth at time was sustainable

* BoC’s Wilkins: recent OSFI rules are good measures but warrants watching impact

* BoC’s Wilkins: prudent for central bank to take uncertainty about inflation seriously and watch the data

* BoC’s Wilkins: the idea of a “hot or not” economy not really imbedded into our thinking Further company coverage: (Reporting By Leah Schnurr)

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