Economists at Canada's biggest banks said recovery is off to a good start this year but could run into trouble in the second half as economic stimulus fades and interest rates climb. Warren Jestin, chief economist at Bank of Nova Scotia, said Canadians will probably have to accept sluggish growth. He said developed economies "will be settling into a growth trend that will be very substantially slower than we thought to be normal in the past."

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