(Adds detail) OTTAWA, July 30 (Reuters) - The rising Canadian dollar and falling metals prices knocked down Canadian factory prices by a steeper-than-expected 1.3 percent in June from May, Statistics Canada said on Monday. The second consecutive monthly decline was more than twice the 0.6 percent fall forecast by analysts in a Reuters poll. In the year to June, producer prices rose 2.2 percent compared with 3.1 percent in May. Raw materials prices climbed 0.6 percent in the month, ...
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