Canada's leading economic indicator jumps the most in almost 27 years

01/20/2010 | Reuters

In December the composite leading economic indicator for Canada jumped 1.5%, marking the biggest month-on-month increase in nearly 27 years, Statistics Canada said. It was the indicator's seventh consecutive month of gain. The increase was driven by surging household spending and rising stock market prices, the statistics agency said.

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