Canada's gross domestic product fell by 0.1% in November, as everything from production to construction, oil and gas and financing declined.
Canadian statistics reported Thursday that the economy seems to be visible in three months to November – in September it fell by 0.1 percent, then in October increased by 0.3 percent, but fell again.
Wholesale decreased by 1.1% and manufacturing by 0.5%. The oil and gas sector shrank by 1.6%. The financial and insurance sector fell by 0.7%, while construction declined for the sixth consecutive month.
At the top, housing and catering services grew by 0.6%, utilities grew by 0.4%, and the public sector grew by 0.2%.