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Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD-T) Quote

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Day Low 74.17
Day High 74.41
Open:74.35
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The Toronto-Dominion Bank and its subsidiaries provide financial products and services. It offers asset management, insurance, wealth management, investment banking, wholesale banking, personal banking and commercial banking services and others.

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Latest Press Releases

/C O R R E C T I O N from Source -- TD Bank Group/
CNW Group - Wed Nov 22, 11:05AM CST
CNW Group - CMTX
Wed Nov 22, 11:05AM CST
In the news release, Jan Thornhill's 'The Tragic Tale of the Great Auk' wins $30,000 TD Canadian Children's Literature Award, issued 21-Nov-2017 by TD Bank Group over Cision, we are advised by the company that the award was presented to Jan Thornhill by Alec Morley, Senior Vice President, Digital Channels, TD Bank Group, rather than Frank McKenna, Deputy Chair, TD Bank Group, as originally issued inadvertently. The complete, corrected release follows:
Jan Thornhill's 'The Tragic Tale of the Great Auk' wins $30,000 TD Canadian Children's Literature Award
CNW Group - Tue Nov 21, 10:00PM CST
CNW Group - CMTX
Tue Nov 21, 10:00PM CST
Frank McKenna, Deputy Chair, TD Bank Group, congratulates Canadian children's author Jan Thornhill as the winner of the 2017 TD Canadian Children's Literature Award for her book, The Tragic Tale of the Great Auk. As the winner, Thornhill will take home the top prize of $30,000 - one of the largest of its kind in Canadian children's literature - and title of the most distinguished children's book of the year.
TD Charitable Foundation Donates $800,000 to Food Banks from Maine to Florida
PR Newswire - Tue Nov 21, 10:45AM CST
PR Newswire - CMTX
Tue Nov 21, 10:45AM CST
The TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank®, announced today that it will provide $800,000 in grants to 36 food banks across the bank's Maine to Florida footprint to help provide meals locally to families and individuals in need. The grants focus on food stability; healthy growth and development; and access to fresh food for underserved communities.
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Price Performance

Period Period Low Period High Performance
1-Month 71.92 +3.43% increase
on 10/25/17
Period Open:71.90
Price movement based on the high, low and last over the given period.
74.75 -0.48% decrease
on 11/23/17
+2.49 (+3.46%) increase
since 10/24/17
3-Month 63.88 +16.45% increase
on 08/29/17
Period Open:64.77
Price movement based on the high, low and last over the given period.
74.75 -0.48% decrease
on 11/23/17
+9.62 (+14.85%) increase
since 08/24/17
52-Week 61.50 +20.96% increase
on 05/18/17
Period Open:64.13
Price movement based on the high, low and last over the given period.
74.75 -0.48% decrease
on 11/23/17
+10.26 (+16.00%) increase
since 11/24/16

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