Plenty of charts show the Labrador current dividing up and moving both west and east. The Titanic would have been pushed by both the labrador current and the gulf stream towards the east. The wreckage on the seafloor is scattered towards the east, which certainly gives us a strong indication as to the direction of the current, coupled with the sightings of the lifeboats, wreckage, and bodies later recovered towards the east. Map showing the Labrador current splitting up and moving east. The Titanic would be caught between both currents and pushed significantly towards the east. Here is an article about the yacht 'Coronet' from 1911. They mention the Labrador current pushing them east. .