TORONTO, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Canadian retail sales rose in June for the second straight month as cash registers in the food and clothing sectors were kept busy, but auto sales sagged, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. The 0.3 percent rise in retail sales from May came as a surprise to market analysts, who had expected June sales to fall by 0.7 percent, according to a Reuters poll. May's month-on-month gain was revised upwards to 0.5 percent. "Today's report suggests firm underlying ...
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