OTTAWA, Aug 21 (Reuters) - A drop in new car deals pulled Canadian retail sales down 0.2 percent in June from May, Statistics Canada said on Monday, though second-quarter retail sales jumped 2.3 percent thanks largely to high gasoline prices. The June number was the second straight monthly decline in retail sales, disappointing analysts who had forecast a 0.2 percent gain. The report, together with last week's data showing weaker-than-expected wholesale trade in the month, point to a ...
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