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101.50 +0.07    +0.07%
24/09 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
After Hours
102.30
+0.80
+0.79%
17:13:58 - Real-time Data
Type:  Equity
Market:  United States
ISIN:  CA0636711016 
CUSIP:  063671101
  • Volume: 391,149
  • Bid/Ask: 100.00 / 102.30
  • Day's Range: 100.70 - 101.80
Bank of Montreal 101.50 +0.07 +0.07%
Period Ending: 2021
31/07
2021
30/04
2021
31/01
2020
31/10
Net Interest Income 3521 3455 3578 3530
Interest Income, Bank 4895 4901 5063 5145
Total Interest Expense 1374 1446 1485 1615
Loan Loss Provision -70 60 156 600
Net Interest Income After Loan Loss Provision 3591 3395 3422 2930
Non-Interest Income, Bank 4041 2621 3397 2456
Non-Interest Expense, Bank -4668 -4126 -4214 -3380
Net Income Before Taxes 2964 1890 2605 2006
Provision for Income Taxes 689 587 588 422
Net Income After Taxes 2275 1303 2017 1584
Minority Interest - - - -
Equity In Affiliates - - - -
U.S GAAP Adjustment - - - -
Net Income Before Extraordinary Items 2275 1303 2017 1584
Total Extraordinary Items - - - -
Net Income 2275 1303 2017 1584
Total Adjustments to Net Income -61 -68 -56 -52
Income Available to Common Excluding Extraordinary Items 2214 1235 1961 1532
Dilution Adjustment - - - -
Diluted Net Income 2214 1235 1961 1532
Diluted Weighted Average Shares 649 648.05 647.42 645.87
Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items 3.41 1.91 3.03 2.37
DPS - Common Stock Primary Issue 1.06 1.06 1.06 1.06
Diluted Normalized EPS 3.56 3.1 3.04 1.43
* In Millions of CAD (except for per share items)
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Ng Andrew May 17, 2021 10:53AM ET
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over 100 finaly
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Dare Simpson Feb 02, 2021 3:22PM ET
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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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me too. I am from indonesia
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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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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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will move up to around 75
 
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