(Changes dateline, previous Ottawa, adds analyst comment) Cameron French TORONTO, June 23 (Reuters) - Weak sales at gasoline pumps and the chilling effect of the SARS outbreak in Toronto pulled Canadian retail sales lower in April, but a steadier performance outside of those sectors kept the overall results better than analyst forecasts. Seasonally adjusted sales fell to C$26.1 billion ($19.2 billion), down 0.9 percent from March, Statistics Canada said on Monday, though better than ...
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