(Adds details) OTTAWA, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Canada's current account surplus widened in the second quarter to C$8.36 billion ($7.86 billion) as the surplus on trade in goods swelled for a third straight quarter, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. That was up from C$6.11 billion in the first quarter. Analysts in a Reuters poll had forecast, on average, a surplus of C$8.5 billion in the second quarter. Statscan revised its first-quarter current account surplus figure from C$6.49 billion. ...
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