(Adds details) OTTAWA, June 19 (Reuters) - Canadian wholesale trade jumped by 1.4 percent in April from March on higher demand for personal goods as well as machinery and electronic equipment, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. Analysts had, on average, forecast a 0.6 percent month-on-month increase. Statscan revised March's gain to 0.7 percent from an initial 0.6 percent. "Despite the back-to-back monthly increases, overall wholesale sales have lost a bit of momentum since the second ...
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