(Adds analysts, market reaction, detail) By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Canadian retail sales fell unexpectedly in September, signaling that the economy may be slowing more than anticipated and building the case for an interest rate cut by the Bank of Canada. Statistics Canada said on Wednesday that a drop in new vehicle sales caused retail sales to fall 0.2 percent, below expectations. It was the first quarterly decline since 2003. The Canadian dollar fell to an 11-week ...
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