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BRIEF-RBC Sees Provisions For Impaired Loans To Trend Higher Toward End Of 2020, Early 2021

May 27 (Reuters) - Royal Bank of Canada:

* RBC CEO SAYS WHILE HOUSING MARKET RECOVERY WILL BE GRADUAL AT FIRST, RISK OF A SHARP NEAR-TERM PRICE DECLINE IS LOW - CONF CALL

* ROYAL BANK OF CANADA STRESS TESTS SHOW EVEN UNDER SEVERE SCENARIO, CAPITAL WILL REMAIN ABOVE MINIMUM LEVELS, CAN CONTINUE PAYING DIVIDEND - CONF CALL

* RBC SAYS ABOUT 90% OF Q2 OIL & GAS PROVISIONS WERE RELATED TO COMPANIES STRUGGLING TO RECOVER FROM 2015 DOWNTURN - CONF CALL

* RBC EXPECTS ELEVATED DELINQUENCIES, INSOLVENCIES WHEN CLIENT RELIEF PROGRAMS WIND DOWN - CONF CALL

* RBC EXPECTS WEAK ECONOMIC OUTLOOK TO HIT CREDIT CARDS, PERSONAL LENDING PORTFOLIOS MORE ACUTELY - CONF CALL

* RBC EXPECTS PROVISIONS FOR IMPAIRED LOANS TO TREND HIGHER TOWARD END OF 2020 AND EARLY 2021 - CONF CALL

* RBC EXPECTS FY2020 MORTGAGE ORIGINATIONS AT 80-85% OF FY2019; SEES NATIONAL HOME PRICES DOWN 7%, RECOVERY TO TAKE ABOUT TWO YEARS - CONF CALL

* RBC SAYS ROE TO BE SUPPRESSED AS RISK-WEIGHTED ASSETS REMAIN ELEVATED, BUT WILL RETURN TO PRE-COVID LEVELS IN 2022 - CONF CALL Further company coverage:

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