Some takeaways from third quarter Canadian GDP and other data–27 charts

Durable goods consumption expenditure rose at an annualised pace of 9.4% (autos?) in the third quarter; business gross fixed capital formation (Commodities?) has fallen for three quarters in a row following a weak Q4 in 2014; inventory accumulation slowed dramatically (?); imports of goods and services fell for the second straight quarter running off the back of two weak quarters in Q4 2014 and Q1 2015.

The change in net exports that contributed SO MUCH to GDP showed an historically large bounce, shown here as a rolling two month data piece:


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