* Markets had only expected a 0.1 percent rise * July increase fueled by motor vehicle sales * July retail sales are second highest on record OTTAWA, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Canadian retail sales in July unexpectedly jumped by 0.7 percent from June to a near record C$38.99 billion ($39.79 billion), in part due to higher sales of new cars, Statistics Canada data indicated on Tuesday. The leap was far greater than the ...
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