Manulife chief executive Donald Guloien said if the “mark-to-market” impact of lower energy prices on investments was excluded, core profit had risen 18.7 per cent for the full year. Photo: Bruce Yan Manulife chief executive Donald Guloien said if the “mark-to-market” impact of lower energy prices on investments was excluded, core profit had risen 18.7 per cent for the full year. Photo: Bruce Yan
Manulife chief executive Donald Guloien said if the “mark-to-market” impact of lower energy prices on investments was excluded, core profit had risen 18.7 per cent for the full year. Photo: Bruce Yan

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Manulife chief executive Donald Guloien said if the “mark-to-market” impact of lower energy prices on investments was excluded, core profit had risen 18.7 per cent for the full year. Photo: Bruce Yan Manulife chief executive Donald Guloien said if the “mark-to-market” impact of lower energy prices on investments was excluded, core profit had risen 18.7 per cent for the full year. Photo: Bruce Yan
Manulife chief executive Donald Guloien said if the “mark-to-market” impact of lower energy prices on investments was excluded, core profit had risen 18.7 per cent for the full year. Photo: Bruce Yan
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