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Why TD is the bank most likely to benefit from rising interest rates

The outside of a TD Bank branch is seen in New York January 17, 2012.

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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.

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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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