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CM.TO
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Toronto
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99.19 0.05 (0.05%)
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Prev Close 99.14
Open 98.81
Bid 99.15 x
Ask 99.19 x
52wk Range 82.19 - 104.65
Day's Range 98.62 - 99.59
Volume 796,280
Avg Vol (3m) 1,152,191
As of 4:00 PM EDT. Market closed.
  • Reuters 4 days ago

    Canadian watchdog sets stress test for smaller lenders

    Canada's banking regulator said on Tuesday it will require the country's smaller lenders to test how they would withstand a 50 percent drop in property prices in Vancouver and a 40 percent decline in Toronto. The move, which builds on an existing requirement that lenders test their resilience to a 30 percent decline in home prices across all regions, is the latest in a series of measures by Canadian authorities to counter a risk posed by soaring house prices in the two Canadian cities.

  • Reuters 20 days ago

    Moody's keep Canada banks on 'negative' outlook

    Canadian banks remain on a "negative" outlook, ratings agency Moody's said on Monday, citing a likely reduction in government support following the introduction of laws shifting some of the responsibility for propping up failing lenders to creditors. Moody's has had a negative outlook on Canadian banks since July 2014. Canada said in March it would allow authorities to convert eligible long-term debt of a failing lender into common shares in order to recapitalize the bank.

  • Reuters 24 days ago

    Canada watchdog gets tough on mortgages, urges better income checks

    Canada's banking regulator is tightening oversight of mortgage lending, citing concerns about record household debt and a sharp jump in house prices, and says income verification for borrowers outside Canada has become a particular challenge. In the latest sign of the concerns of Canadian authorities about soaring home prices in markets like Vancouver and Toronto, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) said on Thursday that price gains, debt levels and persistently low interest rates had all helped increase threats to the stability of financial institutions.

  • Reuters 24 days ago

    Canada bank regulator tightens criteria on mortgage underwriting

    Canada's banking regulator said on Thursday it has written to lenders to tighten expectations that they engage in prudent underwriting of residential mortgage loans. The Office of the Superintendent of ...

  • The Wall Street Journal last month

    [$$] CIBC to Buy PrivateBancorp in $3.8 Billion Deal

    Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce agreed to buy PrivateBancorp, a Chicago-based middle-market commercial bank, for about $3.8 billion in cash and stock.

  • PrivateBancorp shares spike 23% after Canadian Imperial Bank buyout deal
    CNBC last month

    PrivateBancorp shares spike 23% after Canadian Imperial Bank buyout deal

    PrivateBancorp shares spiked 23 percent after it announced a buyout agreement with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.

  • TheStreet.com last month

    Why PrivateBancorp (PVTB) Stock Is Spiking Today

    PrivateBancorp (PVTB) stock is sharply higher this afternoon after agreeing to be purchased by Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.

  • Bloomberg last month

    Digesting CIBC's Big U.S. Bite

    Its deal for PrivateBancorp, while not immediately accretive, will lead to faster growth in the long run.

  • Reuters last month

    Canada's CIBC to pay $3.8 bln for PrivateBancorp, expand in U.S.

    Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce said it will buy Chicago-based PrivateBancorp Inc in a $3.8 billion cash-and-share deal, its biggest ever acquisition and a long-awaited expansion in U.S wealth management. CIBC has been in talks with potential U.S. targets for some time as it looked to expand its wealth management business. Some investors are also keen for Canadian banks to lessen their dependence on a domestic market that has been hurt by the prolonged slump in oil prices.