Retail sales of ice in Canada goes down in 4Q 2017
In comparison with the previous quarter ice sales declined sharply by 42.32%, according to data announced by Canada National Statistical Office. Ice sales strongly dropped from 20 065 thousand Canadian Dollars to 11 574 thousand Canadian Dollars, in contrast to the prior quarter when it rose by 27.43%. When taking into account the previous year, it can be reported that the indicator was falling by -19.97% and noted 9 307 thousand Canadian Dollars. In short, the variable was 24.36 percent larger in Q4 2016 than in the same quarter the year after. The overall changes for the previous 5 years attained a growth of 16.87%. Moreover, the ice sales is now bigger than its average which equals 8 552.71 thousand Canadian Dollars with a negligible overall raise since the 2012. It hit its all-time high of 20 065 thousand Canadian Dollars in 3Q 2017 and record low of 3 086 thousand Canadian Dollars in Q3 of 2014.
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