Alberta sees hike in manufacturing sales

Nationally, manufacturing sales rose 1.5 per cent to $53.8 billion in September

Alberta sees hike in manufacturing salesManufacturing sales rose in nine provinces in September as Alberta posted the largest gain, followed by Ontario and New Brunswick, according to a report released Monday by Statistics Canada. “Sales in Alberta continued to rebound from the pandemic related shutdown this spring, up 3.9 per cent to $5.4 billion in September. Higher sales of chemical…

Manufacturing sales dip in Alberta and across Canada

In Alberta, manufacturing sales fell by 1.3 per cent in August to $5.1 billion and sales were off by 19.2 per cent year-over-year

Manufacturing sales dip in Alberta and across CanadaManufacturing sales in Canada fell two per cent to $52.4 billion in August, following three consecutive months of strong increases, according to data released Friday by Statistics Canada. The federal agency said the largest declines were in the transportation equipment and plastics and rubber industries. Excluding transportation equipment, manufacturing sales rose 1.1 per cent. Total…

Canadian manufacturing sales on the rise again

In Alberta, manufacturing sales of $5.2 billion in July rose by 3 per cent month-over-month but remained down 18 per cent from a year ago

Canadian manufacturing sales on the rise againCanadian manufacturing sales increased for the third consecutive month, rising 7 per cent to $53.1 billion in July on higher sales of motor vehicle and parts.  But, manufacturing sales remained 5.4 per cent below February's pre-pandemic levels, reported Statistics Canada on Tuesday. Sales were also down by 6.9 per cent year-over-year. In Alberta, manufacturing sales…

Uptick in manufacturing sales for Alberta

Sales were, however, still down by 22 per cent compared to February when the economic effects of COVID-19 were not yet a factor

Uptick in manufacturing sales for AlbertaThe trajectory of Alberta’s manufacturing sector is exhibiting the same growing-again-but-still-playing-catch-up pattern at work in other parts of the economy, according to ATB Financial’s Economics & Research Team. Citing data from Statistics Canada, ATB, in its daily economic update The Owl, pointed out that manufacturing sales have risen by four per cent in May and…
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