* Markets surprised by fall in July retail sales * Gasoline price swings explain volatile sales * Data points to slow recovery from recession (Adds analysts' comments, market reaction) By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Canadian retail sales fell unexpectedly in July from June after two months of robust gains, pointing to a sluggish recovery in consumer spending as the economy pulls out of recession. Sales dropped 0.6 percent in the month, pushed lower by a drop in gasoline ...
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