Investors used to routine double-digit profit gains at Canadian banks may need to prepare for at...
Monday, June 18, 2012, 7:52 AM ETInvestors used to routine double-digit profit gains at Canadian banks may need to prepare for at least a flattening in growth trends. "What we're seeing here is the early indication of (a) domestic consumer lending slowdown," says Barclays' John Aiken. "Loan growth simply will not be the big tailwind (as it's been) for the Big Six in the last decade," says portfolio manager Todd Johnson.
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