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Published: 2016-12-14
Notes:

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Title Series ID Vintage
Date
Units Freq Seas
Adj
Updated
Constant GDP per capita for Canada NYGDPPCAPKDCAN 2016-12-14 2010 U.S. $ A NSA 2016-08-10
Current Account Balance: Total Trade of Goods for Canada (DISCONTINUED) BPBLTD01CAA637N 2016-12-14 US $, Sum Over Component Sub-periods A NSA 2014-06-05
General government gross debt for Canada GGGDTACAA188N 2016-12-14 % of GDP A NSA 2016-10-04
Gross Domestic Product by Expenditure in Constant Prices: Total Gross Domestic Product for Canada NAEXKP01CAA657S 2016-12-14 Growth Rate Previous Period A NSA 2017-04-16
Inflation, consumer prices for Canada FPCPITOTLZGCAN 2016-12-14 % A NSA 2016-05-20
Interest Rates, Government Securities, Treasury Bills for Canada INTGSTCAM193N 2016-12-14 % per Annum M NSA 2016-12-01
Personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income A072RC1Q156SBEA 2016-12-14 % Q SAAR 2016-11-29
Price Level of Investment for Canada PLOINVCAA624NUPN 2016-12-14 PPP of Investment over Exchange Rate A NSA 2012-09-17
Unemployment Rate: Aged 15-64: All Persons for Canada LRUN64TTCAQ156S 2016-12-14 % Q SA 2017-04-16
Unemployment Rate: Aged 15 and Over: All Persons for Canada LRUNTTTTCAQ156S 2016-12-14 % Q SA 2017-04-16
Unemployment Rate: Aged 25-54: All Persons for Canada LRUN25TTCAA156N 2016-12-14 % A NSA 2017-04-15

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Abbreviations

Frequency (Freq)

A = Annual, SA = Semiannual, Q = Quarterly, M = Monthly, BW = Biweekly, W = Weekly, D = Daily, NA = Not Applicable

Seasonal Adjustment (Seas Adj)

SA = Seasonally Adjusted, NSA = Not Seasonally Adjusted, SAAR = Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate, SSA = Smoothed Seasonally Adjusted, NA = Not Applicable


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