TORONTO, May 25- Royal Bank of Canada reported an 11 percent increase in second quarter earnings, beating market forecasts, helped by a strong performance in its capital markets and wealth management businesses. Canada's biggest lender by assets and market value on Thursday said earnings per share, excluding one-off items, rose to C $1.85 per share in the...
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