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TrendLine Saskatchewan Composite Indicator Actual and Seasonally Adjusted
The Composite Indicator provides a visual summary of the overall health of the provincial economy. The blue line is a statistical construct of eleven normalized and equally-weighted indicators. The green line removes seasonal fluctuations to create the seasonally adjusted value.
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The Saskatchewan economy continues to show varied results in the last quarter of 2018 and the first month of 2019.
Small Business Economic Contribution
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Small businesses continue to be the backbone of the economy. The 42,119 small businesses in Saskatchewan, with employees, account for 99% of total businesses.
Average year-to-date employment and restaurant receipts are up and the unemployment rate is down.
The Saskatchewan economy continues to show varying results in the first 10 to 11 months of 2018.
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