Canada's economy added 11,000 jobs last month, in line with what economists had been expecting.
Real gross domestic product (GDP) grew 0.6% in May, as 14 of 20 industrial sectors increased. This was the seventh consecutive monthly increase. Goods-producing industries rose 1.6%, led by mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction, more specifically non-conventional oil extraction. Service-producing industries were up 0.2%, led by finance and insurance services.
This module provides a concise summary of selected Canadian economic events, as well as international and financial market developments.
Canada's merchandise trade deficit with the world reached $1.1 billion in May, up from a $552 million deficit in April. Imports rose 2.4% to $49.8 billion, led by an increase in aircraft imports. Exports were up 1.3% to $48.7 billion on account of higher unwrought gold exports.
Lloyd’s Canada hosted a successful MGA Roadshow in Central, Ontario on June 28th
This parametric report provides a snapshot of the year of account profitability by comparing the cumulated claims data against the cumulated premiums data per selected reporting period aggregation.
The Lloyd’s Canada team presented their annual update to the Lloyd’s market in London on Thursday 1 June, 2017.
In support of our 2017 marketing approach, Lloyd’s Canada hosted over 40 guests for an Energy Summit in Calgary, Alberta - the centre of Canada’s energy industry.
Canada will need more pipelines built through to 2030 to transport an additional 1.3 million barrels per day of oil sands production to markets across North America and around the world, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) announced today in its 2017 Crude Oil Forecast, Markets and Transportation report.