OTTAWA, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Canadian factory shipments edged up 0.2 percent in November on high computer, petroleum and machinery deliveries but the soaring Canadian dollar and rising costs capped the gain, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. Analysts had forecast, on average, a fall of 0.2 percent in November over October. Statscan cut October's fall to 1.0 percent from 1.3 percent. New orders fell 0.5 percent in November to a six-month low and unfilled orders fell 1.2 percent -- both ...
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