(Market Business News)
Canada posted its narrowest current account deficit since 2008 in Q3 2014, as deficits in tourism and investment fell and non-energy exports surged, Statistics Canada reported on Thursday.
Canada’s current account deficit came in at C$8.4 billion for the Jul-Sept period. The second-quarter estimate was also revised down from C$11.9 billion to C$9.91 billion. Read more here.