By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Canadian factory sales fared better than expected in September, suggesting the third quarter may have brought a respite from the dismal economic growth rates of the first half of the year. But evidence that financial market volatility is taking a toll on consumer confidence in the fourth quarter also emerged on Friday, with home sales plummeting to a six-year low in October. Statistics Canada said on Friday that manufacturing sales inched up ...
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