Mutual fund sales and investment-banking fees boosted the Royal Bank of Canada’s first-quarter profits to a record high, according to Bloomberg. The bank raised its dividend 15 %, the most in at least a decade.

Net income rose 28% to $1.27 billion for the period ending Jan. 31, the bank said in a statement.

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