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Investors that have been heavily invested in Canadian banks have not been disappointed. Recently Royal Bank (TSX:RY) announced stellar earnings of more than $2 billion dollars. This was surprising to some skeptics as there are clear economic statistics suggesting a slowing in real estate and the Canadian economy as a whole. So the questions is...Is Royal Bank a buying opportunity and if so, how can you participate at a reduced cost?
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