Wholesale sales up 1% in September: Statistics Canada
Machinery, equipment and supplies subsector reported the largest increase.
June wholesale sales up 0.6%: Statistics Canada
Machinery, equipment and supplies rose 1.5% to $13.9 billion.
Canada’s wholesale sales rise 1.2% in May: Statistics Canada
Construction materials show strength, automotive and supplies fall.
Statistics Canada says wholesale sales climbed 1.5% in October
Gains were made in six of seven subsectors, sales volumes gained 1.2%.
Wholesale sales fell 0.2% in February
Personal and household goods subsector posted the largest decline in dollar terms.
Wholesale trade tops expectations
Automotive and auto parts subsector grew by 17.1% to $11.9 billion, its first increase in three months.
Wholesale sales gained 0.2% in November: StatsCan
Motor vehicle and parts sales fell 5.8% to $10.5 billion.
Wholesale sales falls 1.2% in September: StatsCan
Machinery, equipment and supplies subsector posts largest drop, down by 4% to $10.9 billion.
Wholesale sales up 0.3% in July at $56.5B: StatsCan
Motor vehicle and parts subsector leads increases, growing by 2% to $11.1 billion.
Wholesale sales up 0.7% in June to $56.4B: StatsCan
Motor vehicle and parts subsector gained 3.1% to $11.2 billion.
Wholesale sales fall 2.2% in February: StatsCan
Machinery, equipment and supplies subsector posted the biggest drop.
Wholesale sales up 2% in December: StatsCan
Increase led by the motor vehicle and parts subsector, which climbed 10.6% to $11.3 billion.
Wholesale sales unchanged in July at $55.4B: StatsCan
Analysts expected a minimal gain of 0.7%.
Wholesale sales up 0.8% to $53.9 billion in March
Ontario accounts for most of the gain.
Wholesale sales fall 3.1% to $53.7B in January
Ontario accounted for most of the decrease, Statistics Canada says.