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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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44.80-1.27 (-2.76%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
44.03 -0.77 (-1.72%)
After hours: 07:41PM EDT
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  • S
    Stkfather
    No one knows where the bottom is but experience always tells me you cannot lose long term buying during these downturns
  • D
    Derrick
    One last trading day to grab huge 5 plus pct divy on a growth stock.
  • D
    Derrick
    Why dont feds just start everything trading at 0.
  • N
    Notagain
    these prices and a div. > 5%......no brainer..IMHO...unless you want to time the "bottom"...
  • D
    Doug
    CIBC has one nasty looking 6 month chart. Stock is down almost $20 Cdn or 23%. I bought in at $63 and change hoping for some upside.
  • D
    D
    Buy in at 35
  • q
    quentin
    Does anyone think they’re just going to change the mortgage rules where you’ll never foreclose on your property, they’ll just indefinitely extend the amortization period? Thoughts?
  • D
    Derrick
    If banks go bankrupt are loans wiped out too...
  • D
    Doug
    02:11 PM EDT, 09/16/2022 (MT Newswires) -- Credit Suisse analyst Joo Ho Kim has named CIBC as his top pick in the Canadian banking sector.

    "We believe CM is well positioned to deliver strong performance through many of its growth drivers, including its domestic P&C segment and the U.S business, in terms of loan growth and margin expansions (despite more muted expectations from the latter). The bank's allowance levels and capital ratio also remain at a solid place, and we think its overweight domestic mortgage exposure could be favorable from a credit perspective in a slowdown."

    Kim notes that CM continues to trade at a steep relative discount to the group, and he sees further upside for expansion.

    Kim has an Outperform and $76 target on CIBC
  • s
    susie
    This is very odd, earning per share exceeded estimate by 2 cents and the share price went down :) Where is the logic? Isn't this manipulation?
  • k
    kobe
    Will they beat or miss there earnings ?
  • i
    investnow
    CIBC coming nicely out of a transformation, long term shareholder here, feeling very comfortable
    Bullish
  • R
    Rob
    Good company should be doing better
  • g
    guetebubo1976
    more bad news guys
  • V
    Vane
    NO 55 NEXT WEEK, NO PARTY GUYS
  • D
    Derrick
    Morgan Stanley expects the S&P 500 to plunge another 17%-27% within the next four months — use these 3 top recession-resistant stocks for protection
  • D
    Doug
    More bad news for banks
    New taxes on banks and life insurers will generate $5.3 billion over five years: PBO
    Canadian Press 3 hours ago
  • I
    Ian
    I had the feeling, tomorrow CIBC will be the Scotiabank is today. The market is still bearish.
  • J
    Jody
    housing mortgages will be ok but small businesses will default. 1 out of 4 well close. wage and supply inflation
  • J
    Jody
    back to year lows after Sept 7 when the bank of Canada meets
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