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Value added of repair construction in Canada: Decline in June 2018

Canada National Statistical Office reported that in comparison with the previous month repair construction value added dropped negligibly by 0.31%. The variable declined slightly from 24 762 million Canadian Dollars to 24 685 million Canadian Dollars, contrarily to the prior month when it rose by 1.57 percent. The same month the year before, the indicator grew by 0.98% and attained 24 128 million Canadian Dollars. When examining the year-on-year picture, a 2.31 percent raise can be established between June 2017 and June of the year after. Canada saw a rise of 51.46% in repair construction value added over the past 11 years. Likewise, the repair construction value added is now bigger than its average which equals 20 011.74 million Canadian Dollars with a negligible overall increase since the 2007. It reached its all-time high of 24 762 million Canadian Dollars in May 2018 and record low of 16 262 million Canadian Dollars in March 2007.

Value added of repair construction in Canada: Decline in June 2018
Date Million Canadian Dollars Variation
Jun. 2018 24 685.00 -0.31
May. 2018 24 762.00 1.57
Apr. 2018 24 379.00 -1.1
Mar. 2018 24 649.00 -0.2
Feb. 2018 24 698.00 1.56
Jan. 2018 24 319.00 1.1
Dec. 2017 24 054.00 -1.04
Nov. 2017 24 308.00 -0.12
Oct. 2017 24 337.00 -0.7
Sep. 2017 24 509.00 1.71

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