Canada Economics

Canada Data Response

6 December, 2018

International Merchandise Trade (Oct.)

The unexpectedly large widening of the trade deficit in October is a sign of things to come, as continued falls in energy prices in November will have pushed export values down further. The planned cuts in energy production could also hit exports early next year.

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