Canadian Economic Statistics

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Canadian Economic Statistics

Rates    Date Change
Bank Rate 1.00 Jan 27, 2015 -- 
Yield Curve     Jan 27, 2015  
LIBOR Yield Curve     Mar 21, 2013  
Lower Band 0.50 Jan 27, 2015 -- 
Overnight Money Market Financing Rate 0.7482 Jan 27, 2015 -0.27 bps
Overnight Repo Rate Avg 0.7465 Jan 27, 2015 -0.35 bps
Overnight Target Rate 0.75 Jan 28, 2015 -- 
Prime Rate 3.00 Jun 18, 2014 -- 
Employment    Date Change
Labour Force Survey (Change) 43,100.0 Oct 2014
Unemployment Rate 6.5 Oct 2014 -0.30 
GDP    Date Change
Debt to GDP 36.3 Jan 2013 +2.83 %
Gross Domestic Product (2002 dollars) (Change) 0.2 Jul 2012
Gross Domestic Product (Change) 0.3 Oct 2014
Business    Date Change
Core Retail Sales (Change) 0.20 Aug 2013
Housing Starts 180 Dec 2014 -7.54 %
Ivey Purchasing Manager Index 55.4 Dec 2014 -2.64 %
Retail Sales (Change) 0.2 Aug 2013
Indices    Date Change
CAD effective Exchange Rate Index 99.95 Jan 28, 2015 -0.31 %
Consumer Price Index (Annual Change) 1.5 Jan 2014
Core Consumer Price Index 0.3 Jan 2014
Core Consumer Price Index (Annual Change) 1.4 Jan 2014
Core Consumer Price Index (Change) 0.2 Jan 2014
Industrial Producer Price Index (Change) -0.3 Oct 2013
International    Date Change
Current Account -8,401.0 Q3 2014 +15.20 %
Trade Balance -644.0 Nov 2014 -96.94 %
Stocks    Date Change
TSE Composite Index 14,041.80 Jan 15, 2015 -0.30 %
With a population of over 34 million and a GDP of over $1.2 trillion Canadian dollars, Canada is one of the wealthiest nations in the world. Canada has had a steady GDP growth and low unemployment rate, and is one of the few developed countries that is an energy exporter. Canada is one of the largest trading partners to the U.S. In 2006, 79% of all Canadian goods and commodities were exported to US and 65% of imports originated from the U.S. Oil, agricultural products, financial services and government procurement are among the main items traded between the two nations.
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