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Value added of coal mining in Canada: Decrease in June 2018

Coal mining value added decreased by 7.12 percent in comparison with May 2018, according to updated statistics published by Canada National Statistical Office. Coal mining value added declined from 1 447 million Canadian Dollars to 1 344 million Canadian Dollars, in contrast to the prior month when it grew by 3.06%. When examining the prior year, it can be noticed that the indicator was falling by -1.01% and hit 1 472 million Canadian Dollars in June. Between June 2017 and the same month one year later, the numbers illustrate a -8.7% shift. The overall changes for the previous 21 years reached a fall of 26.44%. Compared to its average, the coal mining value added is now lower as the mean equals 1 846.39 million Canadian Dollars with a slight overall drop since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 2 771 million Canadian Dollars in March 2001 and record low of 1 049 million Canadian Dollars in April 2009.

Value added of coal mining in Canada: Decrease in June 2018
Date Million Canadian Dollars Variation
Jun. 2018 1 344.00 -7.12
May. 2018 1 447.00 3.06
Apr. 2018 1 404.00 1.89
Mar. 2018 1 378.00 -0.22
Feb. 2018 1 381.00 -3.02
Jan. 2018 1 424.00 -1.18
Dec. 2017 1 441.00 6.35
Nov. 2017 1 355.00 -8.57
Oct. 2017 1 482.00 -4.39
Sep. 2017 1 550.00 -0.39

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