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Value added of credit intermediation and monetary authorities in Canada: Increase in April 2018

Compared with March value added of credit intermediation and monetary authorities rose barely by 0.32%, refreshed data from Canada National Statistical Office show. The indicator went up negligibly by 236 million Canadian Dollars, in contrast to the previous month when it fell by 0.99%. In April of the year before, the variable went down by -0.09% and attained 72 214 million Canadian Dollars. This highlights a 1.28% shift between April 2017 and the same month the year after. Canada saw a growth of 101.95% in value added of credit intermediation and monetary authorities during the last 21 years. Moreover, the value added of credit intermediation and monetary authorities is now above average of 53 381.44 million Canadian Dollars with a modest overall rise since the 1997. It hit its all-time high of 73 633 million Canadian Dollars in February 2018 and record low of 36 217 million Canadian Dollars in January 1997.

Value added of credit intermediation and monetary authorities in Canada: Increase in April 2018
Date Million Canadian Dollars Variation
Apr. 2018 73 139.00 0.32
Mar. 2018 72 903.00 -0.99
Feb. 2018 73 633.00 0.12
Jan. 2018 73 542.00 0.26
Dec. 2017 73 349.00 0.08
Nov. 2017 73 290.00 0.49
Oct. 2017 72 933.00 0.2
Sep. 2017 72 789.00 0.03
Aug. 2017 72 767.00 0.01
Jul. 2017 72 760.00 -0.73