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Retail sales of infant care products in Canada: Rise in 4Q 2017

Consumer goods sales increased by 9.98% compared with the previous three months, revised figures from Canada National Statistical Office illustrate. The variable climbed by 26 411 thousand Canadian Dollars, as it follows the tendency of the prior quarter when it grew by 14.87%. In Q4 2016, the indicator rose by 3% and hit 290 239 thousand Canadian Dollars. This pinpoints a 0.31% change between Q4 2016 and the same quarter in 2017. Canada saw a decline of 8.23% in consumer goods sales during the last 5 years. Furthermore, the consumer goods sales is now below average of 293 652.42 thousand Canadian Dollars with a slight overall diminution since the 2012. It attained its all-time high of 370 952 thousand Canadian Dollars in Q2 of 2016 and record low of 203 037 thousand Canadian Dollars in Q1 of 2017.

Retail sales of infant care products in Canada: Rise in 4Q 2017
Date Thousand Canadian Dollars Variation
Q4 2017 291 144.00 9.98
Q3 2017 264 733.00 14.87
Q2 2017 230 464.00 13.51
Q1 2017 203 037.00 -30.04
Q4 2016 290 239.00 3
Q3 2016 281 777.00 -24.04
Q2 2016 370 952.00 12.28
Q1 2016 330 395.00 20.2
Q4 2015 274 873.00 2.14
Q3 2015 269 126.00 -25.51

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