OTTAWA – Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says its net income increased to a more normalized rate in the first quarter as the country’s economy continued to modestly improve. The country’s largest mortgage insurer says it earned $394 million for the three months ending March 31.
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The decrease in revenue is largely attributable to lower government funding and a net gain from a significant rebound in equity markets. Report on Business CMHC’s first-quarter earnings increase to CMHC says it invested $777-million on behalf of the government to create and support housing.
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CMHC first-quarter earnings increase to $394 million despite dip in revenues OTTAWA – Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says its net income increased to a more normalized rate in the first quarter.
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