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Canada's current account deficit widened more than expected in the third quarter as exports to the United States fell for the first time in more than a year while imports of goods increased, suggesting an uneven economic recovery.
The country's eighth consecutive quarterly shortfall in the current account -- a measure of transactions in goods, services and investment income -- totaled $17.54 billion, compared with a revised second-quarter gap of $12.98 billion, Statistics Canada said on Monday.
Analysts surveyed by Reuters had forecast a $15 billion deficit.
Imports got a boost in the quarter from businesses importing more machinery and equipment. But anemic U.S. demand for Canadian goods, particularly crude oil, led to a decline in overall exports for the first time since the second quarter of last year.
As a result, the deficit in trade in goods bulged to $6.50 billion from $2.24 billion in the previous quarter.
The deficit in trade in services was unchanged in the third quarter while the investment income deficit narrowed slightly.