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Household expenditure on sugar candy in Canada: Decrease in 2017

Canada National Statistical Office announced that compared to the previous year candy expenditure dropped hardly by 3.7 percent. Candy expenditure slightly declined by 2 Canadian Dollar, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it went down by 5.26%. The overall changes for the previous 8 years hit an increase of 6.12%. Moreover, it has attained a 0.02% average annual growth rate over the 5 years with a sharp overall growth since the 2010. It averaged 52.25 Canadian Dollar from 2010 to 2017 and it attained its all-time high of 58 Canadian Dollar in 2014 and record low of 45 Canadian Dollar in 2011.

Household expenditure on sugar candy in Canada: Decrease in 2017
Date Canadian Dollar Variation
2017 52.00 -3.7
2016 54.00 -5.26
2015 57.00 -1.72
2014 58.00 23.4
2013 47.00 -16.07
2012 56.00 24.44
2011 45.00 -8.16
2010 49.00 N/A

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