(Adds analyst comments) OTTAWA, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Canada's third quarter current account surplus rose to C$7.32 billion ($5.59 billion) mainly due to a big drop in the value of car imports, Statistics Canada said on Thursday, citing foreign exchange volatility. The surplus was well beyond the top end of estimates by 13 analysts polled by Reuters who had, on average, forecast a surplus of C$6.10 billion. The Canadian dollar is trading above 76 U.S. cents, compared with around 66 U.S. ...
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