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In this research note, we attempt to differentiate the large-cap, Canadian financial services companies from each other by analyzing their sensitivities to changes in the value of the U.S. dollar and to changes in long-term interest rates.
We conclude that TD appears to be the Canadian financial services company best geared to a scenario of rising interest rates and a rising U.S. dollar.
Sun Life and Manulife would also be good buys if one sought to take a position on a strengthening economic environment in the United States.
We also concluded that banks are generally much more sensitive to a rising interest rate environment than life insurers.
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- Toronto-Dominion Bank$58.16-0.08(-0.14%)
- Sun Life Financial Inc$42.55-0.39(-0.91%)
- Manulife Financial Corp$18.49-0.25(-1.33%)
- Great-West Lifeco Inc$32.50-0.54(-1.63%)
- Bank of Montreal$85.81-0.54(-0.63%)
- Royal Bank of Canada$81.40-0.48(-0.59%)
- Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce$102.32-0.49(-0.48%)
- Bank of Nova Scotia$70.47-0.63(-0.89%)
- National Bank of Canada$46.76-0.21(-0.45%)
- Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc$47.72-0.34(-0.71%)
- Updated September 23 4:00 PM EDT. Delayed by at least 15 minutes.