Canada Q2 current account deficit jumps on lower exports


Aug 30 (Reuters) - Canada's current account deficit widened to C$16.02 billion ($16.18 billion) in the second quarter from a revised C$10.15 billion deficit in the first quarter on lower exports of energy and higher imports of goods, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. Seasonally adjusted figures in billions of Canadian dollars: Q2 2012 Q1(Rev) Q1(Prev) Q2 2011 Current Account -16.016 -10.152 -10.273 -15.925 Goods ...

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