* GDP grows 0.4 percent in November * Factory prices rise 0.7 percent in December (Recasts, adds details, market reaction, quotes) By Leah Schnurr OTTAWA, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Canada's economy racked up the strongest growth since March 2010 in November and solidified expectations for a more robust economic performance in the fourth quarter. The economy grew 0.4 percent in November due to increased oil and gas extraction as well as higher wholesale and retail prices, Statistics Canada ...
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