OTTAWA, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Canadian wholesale trade dipped 0.1 percent in September from August, the second fall in three months, on declining sales of household goods, machinery and chemicals, Statistics Canada said on Friday. Analysts had forecast a rise of 0.4 percent in September. Statscan left August's gain of 0.7 percent unchanged. July wholesale trade fell 0.6 percent. Inventories, meanwhile, built up quickly, rising 1.3 percent in September from August and Statscan cut August's ...
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