- Canada unexpectedly reported a loss of 45.9K jobs this morning and a big jump in the unemployment rate to 7.2%. Today's action means the country has essentially created zero net new jobs in the last six months, writes Paul Vieira.
- What if headline Canadian unemployment were calculated the way it is in the U.S.? The country's UE rate would be 5.8%, says Vieira. Cue the rate hike chatter!
- Canada ETFs: EWC, FXC, CAD, CNDA, FCAN, EWCS
WSJ writer solves Canadian unemployment issue
Jan 10 2014, 10:58 ET