Canadian Economy Grows in Last Quarter of 2014

The Canadian economy grew 2.4 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2014, led by growth in consumer spending and inventory accumulation. Both exports and business investment, two key pillars of the Bank of Canada's hoped for rotation of away from consumption led growth, declined.

For all of 2014, Canadian economic growth registered 2.5 per cent, following just 2 per cent growth in 2013

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