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February 10, 2016
NOVA SCOTIA POPULATION ESTIMATES BY COUNTY - JULY 1, 2015

As of July 1, 2015, Nova Scotia's population was an estimated 943,002, a 0.1 per cent population increase (+615 persons) over the estimated 2014 population.

Halifax County's population was an estimated 417,868 persons, a 1.0 per cent increase (+4,300 persons) over 2014.

Between 2014 and 2015, only Halifax (+4,300) and Annapolis (+78) Counties saw population growth. In percentage terms, the county with the largest decline was Guysbrough County (-3.2% or -245 persons ...

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February 09, 2016
UK TRADE BALANCE DECEMBER 2015

In December 2015, the UK’s deficit on trade in goods and services was estimated to have been £2.7 billion, a narrowing of £1.3 billion from November 2015. The narrowing is attributed to trade in goods where the deficit has narrowed from £11.5 billion in November 2015, to £9.9 billion in December 2015.


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February 08, 2016
BUILDING PERMITS, DECEMBER 2015

In December 2015, Nova Scotia building permits were up 5.7 per cent compared to the previous month at $76.8 million with increases in both residential (+1.2%) and non-residential permits (+16.1%). Compared to December 2014 permits were down 11.7 per cent with a decline in residential permits (-19.3%) offsetting an increase a 8.8 per cent increase in non-residential permits.


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February 08, 2016
CMHC PRELIMINARY HOUSING STARTS, JANUARY 2016

In Nova Scotia, the seasonally adjusted annual rate of housing starts in all areas was 2,146 units in January 2016, up 10.6 per cent from December's revised estimate of 1,940. A decline of 26.0 per cent occurred from January 2015's level. For the month in urban areas of the province multiples (+50.8%) were up and single-detached units (-7.6%) were down. Halifax has a seasonally adjusted annualized 511 housing starts in January a decrease of 34.7 per cent. The six month moving average d ...

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February 08, 2016
JAPAN CURRENT ACCOUNTS DECEMBER 2015

Japan recorded an increase in the current account surplus, rising 212 billion yen to 1.6 trillion yen in December 2015. The net trade in goods and services moved from a surplus of 62.5 billion yen in November to a 40.4 billion yen deficit in December. Primary income registered a surplus of 1.8 trilli...

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