* Sales fall in 10 of the 11 retail sector * Sharp drop ends rally that started in early 2009 (Adds details) OTTAWA, June 23 (Reuters) - The value of Canadian retail sales in April dropped by a much sharper-than-expected 2.0 percent from March, in part because of a weak auto sector, according to Statistics Canada data on Wednesday. The median forecast in a Reuters poll was for a 0.4 percent drop in retail sales. Statscan revised March's month-on-month gain to 2.2 percent from an ...
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