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September 30, 2016
CANADA GDP BY INDUSTRY, JULY 2016

Real GDP in Canada increased 0.5 per cent in July following an increase of 0.6 per cent in June. The rise in July followed a 0.6 per cent increase in June...

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September 30, 2016
US PERSONAL INCOME AND OUTLAY, AUGUST 2016

Today, the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported that US personal income increased $39.3 billion, or by 0.2 per cent (all data are seasonally adjusted at annual rates), in August.

Wages and salaries increased $8.8 billion, or by 0.1 per cent, in August.  This was the sixth consecutive monthly increase in US wages and salaries.

US personal d...

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September 30, 2016
UK GDP Q2 (THIRD ESTIMATE)

The UK Office of National Statistics reported real GDP for the second quarter of 2016 grew by 0.7 per cent from the first quarter, revised up 0.1 percentage point from the second estimate. That corresponded to a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 2.7 per cent growth. Manufacturing, production (the sum of primary industries, utilities, and manufacturing), and service&...

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September 30, 2016
UK CURRENT ACCOUNTS, Q2 2016

The UK posted a current account deficit of £28.7 billion (5.9% of GDP) in the 2nd quarter of 2016, up £1.7 billion  from the £27.0 revised deficit posted in  the 1st quarter 2016.

All three components of the current account were in deficit. Two component deficits increased and one component deficit narrowed.

  • The trade deficit increased £2.7 billion to £12.7 billion &n...

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    September 30, 2016
    JAPAN CPI, AUGUST 2016

     

    Japanese prices declined 0.5 per cent from August 2015 to August 2016. This was primarily attributable to lower energy prices (-10.2 per cent) as well as slowing inflation for food prices (0.6 per cent).  Excluding food and energy (but including alcoholic beverages), Japanese inflation was 0.2 per cent. 

    (Note there was a 3 per cent sales tax h...

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