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Non-store retailers sales in Canada drops in 2016

In 2016 retail sales barely declined by 0.95 percent, new statistics from Canada National Statistical Office present. The variable dropped slightly from 21 568 276 thousand Canadian Dollars in 2015 to 21 362 400 thousand Canadian Dollars previous year, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it diminished by 7.31 percent. Canada saw an increase of 8.26% in retail sales during the last 4 years. Likewise, it has shown a 0.02 percent CAGR over the last dataset.nb_years years with a marginal overall rise since the start of observations. It averaged 21 482 712 thousand Canadian Dollars from 2013 to 2016 and it hit its all-time high of 23 268 184 thousand Canadian Dollars in 2014 and record low of 19 731 988 thousand Canadian Dollars in 2013.

Non-store retailers sales in Canada drops in 2016
Date Thousand Canadian Dollars Variation
2016 21 362 400.00 -0.95
2015 21 568 276.00 -7.31
2014 23 268 184.00 17.92
2013 19 731 988.00 N/A

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