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Value added of coal mining in Canada goes up in April 2018

Coal mining value added negligibly went up by 2.37% in comparison to the prior month, revised numbers from Canada National Statistical Office show. The indicator increased barely from 1 349 million Canadian Dollars to 1 381 million Canadian Dollars, versus the previous month when it diminished by 0.66 percent. The statistics attained 1 518 million Canadian Dollars in April 2017, which is a 5.64 percent change in comparison with the previous month of 2017. This pinpoints a -9.03 percent variation between April 2017 and April of the year after. Canada saw a decrease of 24.41% in coal mining value added over the past 21 years. Furthermore, the coal mining value added is now below average of 1 848.17 million Canadian Dollars with a negligible overall diminution since the 1997. It reached 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 goes up in April 2018
Date Million Canadian Dollars Variation
Apr. 2018 1 381.00 2.37
Mar. 2018 1 349.00 -0.66
Feb. 2018 1 358.00 -2.3
Jan. 2018 1 390.00 -0.64
Dec. 2017 1 399.00 6.07
Nov. 2017 1 319.00 -10.27
Oct. 2017 1 470.00 -4.79
Sep. 2017 1 544.00 -1.03
Aug. 2017 1 560.00 7.88
Jul. 2017 1 446.00 1.4

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