BMO - Bank of Montreal

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
74.36
0.00 (0.00%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close74.36
Open74.28
Bid74.39 x 900
Ask74.41 x 800
Day's Range73.81 - 74.58
52 Week Range62.79 - 84.36
Volume266,079
Avg. Volume472,617
Market Cap47.223B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.27
PE Ratio (TTM)12.11
EPS (TTM)6.14
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield3.07 (4.22%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-07-31
1y Target Est85.95
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  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents2 days ago

    Edited Transcript of BMO.TO earnings conference call or presentation 29-May-19 12:00pm GMT

    Q2 2019 Bank of Montreal Earnings Call

  • BMO Celebrating Women: BMO Recognizes Outstanding Women in Burlington through National Program
    CNW Group2 days ago

    BMO Celebrating Women: BMO Recognizes Outstanding Women in Burlington through National Program

    BURLINGTON, ON , June 14, 2019 /CNW/ - The annual BMO Celebrating Women event in Burlington, Ontario honoured four women for their remarkable contributions to business and the community. Ms. Borovich has been a dedicated community leader for more than 20 years.

  • CNW Group4 days ago

    BMO Celebrates Support for LGTBQ2+ and Pride Month

    TORONTO , June 12, 2019 /CNW/ - Throughout June, BMO Financial Group is reaffirming its commitment to supporting the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and two-spirited (LGBTQ2+) community. The bank is once again the Platinum Sponsor for the 24th annual Pride and Remembrance run, which will see nearly 2,000 participants lace up for the largest fundraising event held during Toronto Pride Month.

  • CNW Group4 days ago

    BMO Introduces Holistic Healthcare Banking Program To Support Professionals As They Start And Grow Their Practices

    The Canadian healthcare industry is seeing a rise in healthcare professionals, with the number of physicians and dentists both increasing yearly1. The majority of these professionals are self-employed and operating practices as small business owners. Once practicing, they also have to adapt to an ever-changing regulatory and healthcare business landscape.  The new program is supported by a team of BMO professionals with both healthcare and finance backgrounds, who have industry experience and a deep understanding of the personal and financial needs of practitioners.

  • CNW Group5 days ago

    Fuelling good: BMO Employees Participate in BMO Volunteer Day 2019

    Fuelling good: BMO Employees Participate in BMO Volunteer Day 2019

  • CNW Group9 days ago

    BMO Unveils Commitments to "Double the Good" for Thriving Economy, Sustainable Future, and Inclusive Society

    TORONTO , June 7, 2019 /CNW/ - BMO Financial Group (BMO.TO)(BMO) today announced  commitments to support a thriving economy, sustainable future and inclusive society. The announcement follows an unveiling yesterday of a Purpose and bold Commitment platform across the enterprise with BMO employees in cities, including Toronto , Montreal , Chicago , New York and London , UK.  The commitments are part of a monthslong engagement with over 18,000 employees and many customers. "BMO is driven by a single Purpose to Boldly Grow the Good in Business and Life," said Darryl White , Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group.

  • Baffled Analysts Have No Idea What They Want in Jobs Data
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Baffled Analysts Have No Idea What They Want in Jobs Data

    Wall Street is decidedly undecided. Mixed economic data isn’t helping. Economists are expecting an increase of 175,000 in payrolls on Friday, according to Bloomberg’s survey, with the unemployment rate staying at 3.6%.

  • BMO Celebrating Women: BMO Recognizes Outstanding Women in Vancouver through National Program
    CNW Group10 days ago

    BMO Celebrating Women: BMO Recognizes Outstanding Women in Vancouver through National Program

    BMO Celebrating Women: BMO Recognizes Outstanding Women in Vancouver through National Program

  • Once ‘Toxic,’ Floating-Rate Company Bonds Find Buyers Again
    Bloomberg11 days ago

    Once ‘Toxic,’ Floating-Rate Company Bonds Find Buyers Again

    Banks and other financial companies are tapping into that demand by selling more floaters, with issuance topping $15 billion last month, more than seven times April’s level, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The money managers scooping up these securities are betting that the Federal Reserve won’t cut interest rates much this year, if at all.

  • Moody's13 days ago

    Metropolitan Transportation Authority, NY, Transportation Revenue Variable Rate Bonds, Subseries 2012A-2, $50MM -- Moody's assigns Aa1/VMIG 1 to LOC-Backed Metropolitan Transportation Authority Transportation Revenue Variable Rate Bonds Subseries 2012A-2

    Moody's Investors Service has assigned Aa1/VMIG 1 letter of credit-backed rating to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Issuer) Transportation Revenue Variable Rate Bonds Subseries 2012A-2 (the Bonds). The Bonds will be supported by a letter of credit (LOC) provided by Bank of Montreal (the Bank).

  • Bank of Montreal (BMO) Down 3.3% Despite Higher Q2 Earnings
    Zacks16 days ago

    Bank of Montreal (BMO) Down 3.3% Despite Higher Q2 Earnings

    Bank of Montreal's (BMO) Q2 earnings benefit from improved revenues and strong loan growth, while rise in costs acts as major headwind.

  • BMO Celebrating Women: BMO Recognizes Outstanding Women In Montreal Through National Program
    CNW Group17 days ago

    BMO Celebrating Women: BMO Recognizes Outstanding Women In Montreal Through National Program

    MONTREAL , May 30, 2019 /CNW/ - The annual BMO Celebrating Women event in Montreal honoured four women for their remarkable contributions to business and the community. After working in the Ville de Montréal water service, Ms. Arnouk realized there was a need for a communication and coordination system to facilitate transportation for the city's employees, engineers and building workers. In 2015, she founded OPA Technologies, the only geospatial platform designed to reduce transportation delays by facilitating the management of road mobility through the optimization of geospatial data.

  • CNW Group17 days ago

    BMO Announces Executive Appointments

    BMO Announces Executive Appointments

  • PR Newswire17 days ago

    Bank of Montreal Receives Regulatory Approvals for Normal Course Issuer Bid

    TORONTO, May 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Bank of Montreal (BMO) (BMO) today announced that it has received approvals from the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada (OSFI) to proceed with its previously-announced normal course issuer bid through the facilities of the TSX as well as through other alternative Canadian trading systems to purchase, for cancellation, up to 15 million of its common shares, commencing June 3, 2019, and ending no later than June 2, 2020. The maximum number of common shares that may be repurchased under the normal course issuer bid represents approximately 2.3 per cent of the Bank's "public float" (as such term is defined in the TSX Company Manual) of common shares.

  • Bank of Montreal Severances Delay Drive to Control Expenses
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Bank of Montreal Severances Delay Drive to Control Expenses

    The Toronto-based lender’s fiscal second-quarter earnings included C$90 million ($67 million) in severance costs at its BMO Capital Markets division, which helped increase the bank’s non-interest expenses to its highest in at least two years. Results fell short of analysts’ estimates. “The miss is almost entirely due to a sizable severance charge in Capital Markets that will come with some future cost savings,” RBC Capital Markets analyst Darko Mihelic said in a note to clients.

  • Bank of Montreal (BMO) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool18 days ago

    Bank of Montreal (BMO) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    BMO earnings call for the period ending April 30, 2019.

  • Bank of Montreal expects lower costs for second half of 2019
    Reuters18 days ago

    Bank of Montreal expects lower costs for second half of 2019

    Despite a rise in provisions, BMO's risk appetite for lending had not changed, it said. Non-interest expenses rose 2% in the second quarter ended April 30, mainly due to severance costs in its capital markets business and technology-related expenses. Loan loss provisions rose for most Canadian banks in the quarter, partly due to defaults by oil and gas companies that were under pressure in the wake of a decline in crude oil prices.