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Canada’s Key Export Product Sales by Province Ytd − Jan-Oct 2020 vs Jan-Oct 2019

Canada’s Key Export Product Sales by Province Ytd Chart

Data source: Statistics Canada Table 12-10-0119-01/Chart: ConstructConnect — CanaData.

Geographic Sources of Total U.S. Foreign Trade Deficit in Goods — October 2020

Geographic Sources of Total U.S. Foreign Trade Deficit in Goods Chart

*Other major contributors to deficit are Italy, Taiwan and South Korea.

Data source: U.S. Census Bueau and Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)/Chart: ConstructConnect — CanaData.

U.S. Goods Trade Deficit with Major Countries and Areas — October 2020

U.S. Goods Trade Deficit with Major Countries and Areas Chart

*Indonesia rejoined OPEC on Jan. 1, 2016 / Qatar left OPEC, effective Jan. 1, 2019.
If the ‘annualized figure’ is positive and not negative, then the U.S. is running a surplus with that nation in the period — and therefore the ‘% of total’ is not applicable (n/a).
The five major foreign suppliers of crude oil to the United States currently are Canada, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Colombia and Iraq.

Data source: U.S. Census Bureau, not seasonally adjusted (NSA) current dollar monthly figures.
Table: ConstructConnect — CanaData.

Canada’s Foreign Trade by Major Goods and Commodities — October 2020

Canada’s Foreign Trade by Major Goods and Commodities Table

N/A or “not applicable” is when the signs don’t match or the percent change is too high.
An explanation of the percent change when both the before and after numbers are negative: when a negative becomes more negative, that’s a plus (i.e., a greater deficit.) When a negative become less negative, that’s a minus (i.e., a smaller deficit).

Data source: Statistics Canada Table 12-10-0121-01 (seasonally adjusted current dollar monthly figures).
Table: ConstructConnect — CanaData.

U.S. Foreign Trade: Goods & Services Balance

U.S. Foreign Trade Chart

The last data point is for October 2020.
Based on seasonally adjusted monthly figures, projected at an annual rate.

Data source: Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) / Chart: ConstructConnect – CanaData.

Canada's Foreign Trade: The Merchandise Trade Balance

Canada's Foreign Trade Chart

The last data point is for October 2020.
Based on seasonally adjusted monthly figures, projected at an annual rate.

Data source: Statistics Canada / Chart: ConstructConnect – CanaData.