(Adds analysts, market reaction, Bank of Canada background) By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Falling gasoline costs provided some relief to Canadians in August, knocking down consumer prices for the first time since January but annual inflation stayed at a five-year high, likely prompting the Bank of Canada to keep interest rates on hold. The consumer price index dipped 0.2 percent in the month thanks to a 6.6 percent slide in gasoline from record highs, Statistics Canada ...
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