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Household expenditure on puddings, custards and jellied desserts in Canada rises in 2016

Desserts expenditure rose greatly by 37.5 percent compared to the previous year, updated data from Canada National Statistical Office demonstrate. The variable sharply grew by 3 Canadian Dollar, versus the prior year when it went down by 20%. The overall changes for the previous 7 years attained a decrease of 8.33%. Furthermore, the desserts expenditure is now above average of 11 Canadian Dollar and the indicator illustrates a overall drop since the start of time series. It reached its all-time high of 15 Canadian Dollar in 2011 and record low of 8 Canadian Dollar in 2015.

Household expenditure on puddings, custards and jellied desserts in Canada rises in 2016
Date Canadian Dollar Variation
2016 11.00 37.5
2015 8.00 -20
2014 10.00 =
2013 10.00 -9.09
2012 11.00 -26.67
2011 15.00 25
2010 12.00 N/A

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