BC Monthly Real GDP Estimate for October 2020 & Preliminary Estimate for November 2020 (Updated: January 4, 2021)
The BCREA Nowcast estimate of provincial economic growth (expressed as year-over-year growth in real GDP) for October is -0.5 per cent. For comparison, output in the Canadian economy was 3.5 per cent lower year-over-year in October. We have also included a preliminary estimate for November 2020 of +0.7 per cent, the first month of estimated positive year-over-year growth since February.
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Growth of provincial GDP is a key indicator of economic activity, but provincial GDP data is only available annually and with a considerable delay. That's why we developed the BCREA Nowcast – a tool for tracking monthly growth in the BC Economy. The Nowcast compiles monthly economic data into one easy to understand number, expressed as the year-over-year growth in the BC economy.
As the underlying economic data is released with a one- or two-month lag, our estimates for monthly growth will also lag real-time by two months (e.g., estimated growth in January will be published at the end of March). There are no adjustments to the model estimate except for those due to revisions to the underlying data.
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