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86.95 +0.20    +0.23%
19/07 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
After Hours
86.11
-0.84
-0.97%
18:43:03 - Real-time Data
Type:  Equity
Market:  United States
  • Volume: 520,708
  • Bid/Ask: 0.00 / 0.00
  • Day's Range: 86.12 - 87.11
Bank of Montreal 86.95 +0.20 +0.23%

BMO Balance Sheet

 
Featured here, the Balance Sheet for Bank of Montreal, which summarizes the company's financial position including assets, liabilities and shareholder equity for each of the latest 4 period ending dates (either quarterly or annually).
AnnualQuarterly
Advanced Balance Sheet
Period Ending: 2024
30/04
2024
31/01
2023
31/10
2023
31/07
Total Current Assets 438162 370103 399592 368594
Total Assets 1374053 1324762 1293276 1248554
Cash & Due from Banks 79795 74547 77809 81163
Other Earning Assets, Total 35024 1738 10491 1925
Net Loans 656835 642053 656859 630837
Property/Plant/Equipment, Total - Net 6261 6205 6365 6012
Property/Plant/Equipment, Total - Gross - - 13247 -
Accumulated Depreciation, Total - - -6882 -
Goodwill, Net 16603 16182 16728 15913
Intangibles, Net 4994 5001 5216 5121
Long Term Investments 209442 210174 197823 187230
Other Long Term Assets, Total 38159 72002 7612 31967
Other Assets, Total 291916 295122 303882 286461
Total Current Liabilities 1211460 1169921 1134673 1084834
Total Liabilities 1294483 1247483 1216239 1174360
Accounts Payable 937572 914138 840379 883569
Payable/Accrued - - - -
Accrued Expenses 38248 - 21507 -
Total Deposits 937572 914138 828392 883569
Other Bearing Liabilities, Total 11010 13156 18148 17634
Total Short Term Borrowings 48489 38265 103077 43276
Current Port. of LT Debt/Capital Leases 124050 111852 110908 101993
Other Current liabilities, Total 63101 105666 58802 55996
Total Long Term Debt 41720 34406 62428 28885
Long Term Debt 41720 34406 58922 28885
Capital Lease Obligations - - 3506 -
Deferred Income Tax - - 16 -
Minority Interest 31 29 28 21
Other Liabilities, Total -955799 -922432 -930523 -883859
Total Equity 79570 77279 77037 74194
Redeemable Preferred Stock, Total - - - -
Preferred Stock - Non Redeemable, Net 5014 3300 3300 3300
Common Stock, Total 23896 23412 22941 22474
Additional Paid-In Capital 350 351 328 330
Retained Earnings (Accumulated Deficit) 44772 44161 44920 44500
Treasury Stock - Common - - - -
ESOP Debt Guarantee - - - -
Unrealized Gain (Loss) - - - -
Other Equity, Total 5538 6055 5548 3590
Total Liabilities & Shareholders' Equity 1374053 1324762 1293276 1248554
Total Common Shares Outstanding 729.25 725.36 720.91 716.67
Total Preferred Shares Outstanding - - - -
* In Millions of CAD (except for per share items)
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Pierre Re
Pierre Re Dec 14, 2022 11:25AM ET
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New shares issued below $119.
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Seem a little pricey now
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Sam Strings Apr 13, 2022 8:01AM ET
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what is the face value of BMO share ?
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Richsand Abat Dec 03, 2021 4:16PM ET
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no corona no covid
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Ng Andrew May 17, 2021 10:53AM ET
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over 100 finaly
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Why is BMO lagging the other major Canadian banks?
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Not That Person Dec 07, 2020 3:05AM ET
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So glad i bought BMO.
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Agus Fahik Dec 07, 2020 3:05AM ET
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me too. I am from indonesia
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Jeremy Brooks May 28, 2020 7:35AM ET
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@investing in, mortgages in canada have last resort features such as default insurance and borrower liability that makes mortgage defaults rare. On top of that Canadian banks have very high reserves requirements and they operate in an oligopoly. Shorting Canadian banks is not the same game as shorting US banks.
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Investing in Sep 03, 2019 11:48AM ET
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Canadian Banks stocks should crash in the next housing correction in Toronto
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The US big short is shorting them and said at least 20% drop on the cards
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Francis Dagostino Sep 03, 2019 11:48AM ET
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the genius has spoken. so stupid.
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will move up to around 75
 
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