UPDATE 2-Canada nonconsumer inflation measures jump in Feb


* Price increases are far higher than expectations * Industrial product prices up 0.7 pct, boosted by energy * Raw material prices up 1.8 pct * Price hikes have yet to show up in consumer price index (Adds implications for monetary policy, link to a graphic) By Randall Palmer OTTAWA, March 30 (Reuters) - Canadian producer prices and raw material prices rose far faster than expected in February, but analysts said these price pressures have yet to turn up in consumer inflation. ...

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