(Recasts lead, adds analysts comments, background.) By Gilbert Le Gras OTTAWA, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Sagging September retail sales capped a week of reports that suggest Canada's healthy economic growth is beginning to pale, easing pressure on the Bank of Canada to raise interest rates again, analysts said on Friday. Statistics Canada said the unexpected 0.5 percent slip in retail sales was likely due to delayed buying of winter clothes because of a warmer than usual September but RBC ...
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