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The stock market has delivered its assessment on the latest round of quarterly financial results from Canada’s biggest banks: Whatever.

Share prices have barely stirred since Bank of Montreal kicked off the reporting season on May 24 and National Bank of Canada concluded it on May 31.

This is a curious response given that the Big Six reported higher year-over-year profits that generally exceeded analysts’ expectations. Two banks also boosted their quarterly dividends, leaving investors with little to complain about.

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