TORONTO, Feb 25- Royal Bank of Canada, the country's top lender, posted a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Wednesday, driven by significant gains in its personal and commercial banking and capital markets businesses. The results could improve investor sentiment towards Canadian banks, which took a hit after Bank of Montreal, Canada's fourth-largest...» Read More
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