(Adds analysts' comments, market reaction, detail) By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Canada's current account surplus shrank sharply in the third quarter to its lowest since 2003, pointing to a weakening trade performance that is expected to slow growth in coming months. Statistics Canada said on Thursday the surplus dwindled to C$1.04 billion ($1.05 billion) from a revised C$6.35 billion in the second quarter as the surplus on trade in goods plummeted to its lowest since 1999. ...
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