Manufacturing sales up 0.2% in September: Statistics Canada
Growth in July means the sector had a good third quarter.
Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales up 1.4% in May
An improvement over April’s 1.1% drop and ahead of economists’ projections.
Manufacturing sales down 1.8% in June: StatsCan
Drop blamed on lower sales in the petroleum and coal products, transportation equipment and chemical industries.
Manufacturing sales gain 1.1% in May: StatsCan
Sales up in 16 of 21 industries, representing 71% of the manufacturing sector.
Manufacturing sales up 1% in March to $53.9B, hit record
Sales were up in 16 of 21 industries, representing 71% of the Canadian manufacturing sector.
Manufacturing sales climb in January
Third consecutive month of growth.
Manufacturing sales fell 0.8% in October, StatsCan says
Sales fell in 15 of the 21 industries tracked, representing 61% of the manufacturing sector.
Manufacturing sales surpass expectations in August, up 0.9%
Sales were up in 15 of 21 industries, representing 69% of the total sector.
Manufacturing sales up 0.8% in June: StatsCan
Sales of machinery and transportation equipment products led increases.
Manufacturing sales fell 1% to $49.9B in May: StatsCan
Drops in sales of motor vehicles and petroleum and coal products to blame for the decline.
Manufacturing sales fall 0.9% in March: StatsCan
Sales were down in 16 of 21 industries.
Manufacturing sales hit new record in January, up 2.3%: StatsCan
Increase came from higher sales of motor vehicles, food and motor vehicle parts.
Eurozone economy ‘losing steam’: survey
Purchasing managers’ index falls to a four-month low in January.
Oct. manufacturing sales down 1.1%: StatsCan
Drop caused by lower sales of petroleum and coal products, aerospace products and parts and machinery.
Manufacturing sales down 1.5% in September: StatsCan
Decline was due to a drop in the motor vehicle assembly and the petroleum and coal product industries.