Canadian bank stocks have long enthralled investors with big dividends and steady profit growth. Now, the banks also have Donald Trump.
Mr. Trump certainly isn’t the U.S. president that most investors had been expecting – or wanting – before Tuesday’s election upset. Indeed, global stocks appeared to sell off last week on the mere suggestion that he had a chance of winning the White House.Report Typo/Error
- Wells Fargo & Co$57.28+1.73(+3.11%)
- Bank of America Corp$22.57+0.41(+1.85%)
- Royal Bank of Canada$88.33+0.31(+0.35%)
- Royal Bank of Canada$66.70+0.42(+0.63%)
- Bank of Montreal$93.14+1.08(+1.17%)
- Toronto-Dominion Bank$64.56+0.58(+0.91%)
- Toronto-Dominion Bank$48.83+0.65(+1.35%)
- Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce$110.78+1.30(+1.19%)
- Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce$83.70+1.28(+1.55%)
- Updated December 7 3:59 PM EST. Delayed by at least 15 minutes.