77.51 +0.06 (0.08%)
After hours: 4:26PM EDT
|Bid||77.50 x 800|
|Ask||77.51 x 1300|
|Day's Range||77.31 - 77.80|
|52 Week Range||62.79 - 84.36|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.25|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||12.61|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.05 (3.86%)|
|1y Target Est||85.95|
Bank of Montreal (BMO) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
TORONTO , May 22, 2019 /CNW/ - BMO Financial Group today announced it has been recognized by WomenCorporateDirectors Foundation with the 2019 Visionary Award for Innovation in Shared Value. The WomenCorporateDirectors Foundation (WCD) Visionary Award honours companies that are leaders in innovative approaches to building diversity and inclusion within their leadership teams and boards and demonstrate the strong financial performance benefits of diverse and inclusive workplaces. "BMO's deep commitment to advancing women's leadership has been in place for decades," said Barbara Bowles , co-chair of the Visionary Awards committee.
BMO Asset Management Inc. Announces Cash Distributions for Certain BMO Exchange Traded Funds
/R E P E A T -- Media Advisory - BMO Financial Group and Minister Maryam Monsef to Announce New Initiative Supporting Organizations that Empower Women/
Public awareness of the damage to the world’s oceans and marine environment due to the scourge of plastic waste has soared after David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II television documentary series. Just last week, it was reported that plastic waste had been discovered at the bottom of the Mariana Trench, nearly 11km below the surface of the Pacific Ocean. The first global analysis, published in 2017, estimated that 8.3bn tonnes of plastics has been produced since the industry began to expand after the second world war.
Canadian pork exports to China soared 80% in March as the spread of African swine fever forces the Asian nation to tap overseas markets, government data show. With Chinese tariffs on American pork still in place, Canada is importing more from the U.S. and shipping its own produce to China.
If the profusion of terms for people who have cut their meat or dairy intake is anything to go by, a change is afoot that is set to sweep through the global food industry as once-niche dietary movements join the mainstream. Fast-food chain Burger King has partnered with a “foodtech” start-up, and McDonald’s with Nestlé, to put meat-free burgers on their menus.
Media Advisory - BMO Financial Group and Minister Maryam Monsef to Announce New Initiative Supporting Organizations that Empower Women
From Saudi Arabia to Brazil and Qatar to South Korea, nations that are major sellers and buyers of various raw materials are being given an unintentional helping hand by the battle between the world’s top-two economies. Tariffs are squeezing flows of commodities such as soybeans and natural gas between the U.S. and China, creating opportunities to fill the gap. In the U.S., farmers face more pain with the prospect of millions of tons of soybean supplies being shunned by China.
EDMONTON , May 16, 2019 /CNW/ - The annual BMO Celebrating Women event in Edmonton , Alberta honoured three women for their remarkable contributions to business and the community. For over 30 years, Ms. Hanlen-Francey has dedicated her career to supporting the athletic community, including athletes, referees, skating instructors, coaches and performance consultants. In 2003, Ms. Hanlen-Francey founded Quantum Speed, a skating development company that provides process-oriented coaching for athletes developing and advancing their training.
It was only a slight reduction -- the stake slipped by $10.4 billion, the first drop since November -- but that was enough to bring the position down to a two-year low of $1.12 trillion, according to data the U.S. Treasury Department released Wednesday. China owns more U.S. government debt than any other foreign nation, and slashing those holdings is viewed by some as a nuclear option -- albeit an unlikely one -- in the worsening trade negotiations. Bond markets were jolted last year when China officials recommended slowing or halting purchases.
Bank of Montreal Announces Results of Conversion Privilege of Non-Cumulative 5-Year Rate Reset Class B Preferred Shares, Series 27
BMO Celebrating Women: BMO Recognizes Outstanding Women in Winnipeg through National Program
The latest U.S. tariff increase, and promised retaliation from China, are setbacks to the case for higher Treasury yields, and tame inflation data Friday didn’t help. Steeper equity-market declines could weigh on yields, as the Federal Reserve under Chairman Jerome Powell has already proven its readiness to tilt dovish when market conditions are strained. Financial conditions have tightened since the start of the month, when Powell said the forces behind weak price pressures could be “transitory.” Nevertheless, bond traders have ratcheted back inflation expectations for two straight weeks.
Fresh tweets from President Donald Trump and threats of retaliation from China mean investors can expect that the end-of-week gains triggered by the U.S. government’s characterization of the negotiations as "constructive" to evaporate quickly as various markets open up again. Early trading in currency markets Monday showed demand for the relative safety of traditional havens such as the Japanese yen, while the Chinese yuan was weaker and trade proxies like the Australian and New Zealand dollars were weaker. “In little over a week we have gone from trade-news euphoria to total misery,” Stephen Innes, head of trading at SPI Asset Management in Hong Kong, wrote in a note Saturday.
What has replaced those playbooks now that U.S. President Donald Trump has made good on his Twitter threats to boost tariffs on $200 billion of imports from China? Exactly what has been priced into markets from the escalation of trade tensions -- and what still needs to be priced in -- is a riddle that investors the world over are urgently trying to solve.
Moody's has reviewed the following ABCP program in conjunction with the proposed amendment. At this time the amendment, in and of itself, will not result in any rating impact on the respective program's ABCP. Moody's does not believe it will have an adverse effect on the credit quality of the securities such that the Moody's rating is impacted.
BMO Investments Inc. Announces New Fund and Series Launches and Changes to its Mutual Fund Lineup
The prospects are looking bleak for a deal to prevent the U.S. from slapping higher tariffs on Chinese imports on Friday. Hanging in the balance, according to some investors, is the positive global growth scenario that many have been anticipating would guide yields higher in the second half of 2019. “Today we have to rethink that thesis,” said Jim Caron, fixed-income portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley Investment Management.
TORONTO , May 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ - BMO Financial Group will announce its second quarter 2019 financial results and hold its investor community conference call on May 29, 2019. Financial results will ...
TORONTO , May 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- On April 2, 2019 Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO)(NYSE:BMO) held its Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Toronto. At that meeting all the director nominees listed in the ...