* Industrial product prices climb 0.4 percent in Sept * Raw material prices unexpectedly jump 1.4 pct (Adds details) OTTAWA, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Canadian producer prices rose twice as fast as expected in September to a three-year high as a weaker Canadian dollar boosted car prices, Statistics Canada said on Monday. The industrial product price index climbed 0.4 percent in September from August, above market expectations of a 0.2 percent rise. Petroleum, lumber and chemical products also ...
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