Canadian Real GDP growth rate rises from 0.2% to 0.4% led by oil and gas extraction

GDP grows by 0.4% for November.  Via CanStat:
Real gross domestic product rose 0.4% in November after growing by 0.2% in October. Oil and gas extraction led the way in November, followed by wholesale and retail trade, real estate and the finance and insurance sector. Manufacturing declined, largely as a result of temporary plant shutdowns for retooling in the motor vehicle assembly industry and shift reductions in the motor vehicle parts industry. Construction also decreased.

Source CanStat

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