Canada's Major Bank Economists Give 2013 Outlook : News Photo

Canada's Major Bank Economists Give 2013 Outlook

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Warren Jestin, chief economist at Bank of Nova Scotia, from right, speaks while Doug Porter, deputy chief economist for BMO Capital Markets, Craig Wright, chief economist of RBC Financial Group, Julia Coronado, chief economist of North America for BNP Paribas, Avery Shenfeld, chief economist of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CBIC), and Craig Alexander, chief economist of the Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank Financial Group, listen at the Economic Club of Canada's 2013 Annual Economic Outlook breakfast in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Friday, Jan. 11, 2013. Canada�s dollar fell from the strongest in three months versus its U.S peer as the nation�s trade deficit widened to the fourth-largest on record, suggesting the economy is struggling to emerge from an export-driven slump. Photographer: Norm Betts/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Warren Jestin, chief economist at Bank of Nova Scotia, from right, speaks while Doug Porter, deputy chief economist for BMO Capital Markets, Craig Wright, chief economist of RBC Financial Group, Julia Coronado, chief economist of North America for BNP Paribas, Avery Shenfeld, chief economist of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CBIC), and Craig Alexander, chief economist of the Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank Financial Group, listen at the Economic Club of Canada's 2013 Annual Economic Outlook breakfast in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Friday, Jan. 11, 2013. Canada�s dollar fell from the strongest in three months versus its U.S peer as the nation�s trade deficit widened to the fourth-largest on record, suggesting the economy is struggling to emerge from an export-driven slump. Photographer: Norm Betts/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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