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RBC’s capital markets strength masked by equity trading woes Add to ...

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Royal Bank of Canada recorded its “best year ever” for fees earned from advising on mergers and acquisitions, but a fourth-quarter drop in total profit from its capital markets overshadowed the success.

The unit’s net income fell to $482-million, a drop of 13 per cent from the same period a year ago.

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