* Current account deficit roughly 3 pct of GDP * Goods trade deficit for first time since 1976 * Producer, raw materials prices fall on energy * Bank of Canada expected to stay the course By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Plummeting exports to the United States caused Canada's current account deficit to swell in the second quarter to a record high of C$11.2 billion ($10.4 billion), cementing expectations the economy contracted in the quarter. Statistics Canada reported ...
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