(Adds details) OTTAWA, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Canadian wholesale trade rose a higher-than-expected 0.5 percent in October from September, despite weak auto sales, Statistics Canada said on Wednesday. In constant dollars, sales rose an even-stronger 2.0 percent, with prices falling 1.5 percent on the month, reflecting largely the recent rapid appreciation in the Canadian dollar. The median estimate in a Reuters survey of analysts was for an increase of only 0.1 percent in wholesale trade ...
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