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Value added of repair construction in Canada falls in April 2018

In April 2018 the indicator barely went down by 0.66 percent, according to statistics announced by Canada National Statistical Office. Repair construction value added hardly dropped from 24 611 million Canadian Dollars to 24 449 million Canadian Dollars, as it follows the tendency of the previous month when it diminished by 0.22 percent. The same month in 2017, the variable went up by 1.14 percent and hit 23 953 million Canadian Dollars. Year-on-year, this displays a 2.07% fluctuation between April 2017 and April of the year after. The overall changes for the prior 11 years reached a rise of 50.01%. Likewise, the repair construction value added is now above average of 19 941.55 million Canadian Dollars with a marginal overall increase since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 24 666 million Canadian Dollars in February 2018 and record low of 16 262 million Canadian Dollars in March 2007.

Value added of repair construction in Canada falls in April 2018
Date Million Canadian Dollars Variation
Apr. 2018 24 449.00 -0.66
Mar. 2018 24 611.00 -0.22
Feb. 2018 24 666.00 1.64
Jan. 2018 24 269.00 0.94
Dec. 2017 24 043.00 -1.08
Nov. 2017 24 306.00 -0.16
Oct. 2017 24 344.00 -0.63
Sep. 2017 24 498.00 1.69
Aug. 2017 24 091.00 -0.5
Jul. 2017 24 212.00 0.42

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