TD - The Toronto-Dominion Bank

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
+1.31 (+2.28%)
At close: 03:59PM EDT
58.77 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 04:00PM EDT
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Previous close57.46
Bid58.67 x 1800
Ask58.68 x 3100
Day's range57.89 - 58.81
52-week range55.43 - 77.04
Avg. volume2,757,126
Market cap108.049B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.84
PE ratio (TTM)10.10
EPS (TTM)5.82
Earnings date24 Aug 2023
Forward dividend & yield2.84 (4.95%)
Ex-dividend date07 Jul 2023
1y target est71.12
  • Simply Wall St.

    The Toronto-Dominion Bank Just Missed Earnings - But Analysts Have Updated Their Models

    The Toronto-Dominion Bank ( TSE:TD ) shareholders are probably feeling a little disappointed, since its shares fell...

  • Zacks

    First Horizon (FHN)-TD Deal Canceled Amid Banking Crisis

    First Horizon (FHN) and Toronto-Dominion (TD) mutually call off the merger deal on unprecedented delays in getting regulatory approvals.

  • Motley Fool

    Why Toronto-Dominion Bank Stock Beat the Market Today

    Investors continued to be skittish about bank stocks on Thursday, which was understandable given the continuing turmoil with regional lenders. One member of that group escaped the clutches of the bear that day, however: Toronto-Dominion (NYSE: TD). Wisely, Toronto-Dominion and the lender currently in its sights, First Horizon (NYSE: FHN), announced Thursday they are terminating their merger agreement.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    First Horizon, TD Bank terminate merger agreement

    Yahoo Finance Live’s Ines Ferre reports that First Horizon and TD Bank have agreed to terminate their merger deal.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Inflation: ‘The Fed is going to keep its foot on the gas,’ TD Cowen president says

    Cowen CEO Jeff Solomon joins Yahoo Finance Live’s Brian Sozzi at the Milken Institute’s 26th annual Global Conference in Beverly Hills, CA, to discuss TD Bank’s acquisition of Cowen Inc., banking turmoil, the expectations for a recession, and the outlook for TD Cowen.

  • Zacks

    Toronto Dominion Bank (The) (TD) is Attracting Investor Attention: Here is What You Should Know users have recently been watching Toronto-Dominion (TD) quite a bit. Thus, it is worth knowing the facts that could determine the stock's prospects.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    CEOs weigh in on banking crisis

    Yahoo Finance is at the Milken Institute Global Conference 2023 in Beverly Hills, CA. We spoke with top CEOs and executives, including Citi CEO Jane Fraser, and others, to discuss the state of the market, private equity, the outlook for regional banking, and more. As a result of the banking crisis, Apollo Global Management CEO Marc Rowan thinks that "people are going to have to figure out how to be good investors going forward." Citi CEO Jane Fraser sees investors starting to pay more attention to the banking crisis, and hopes "that will act as an impetus to get this resolved in a bipartisan way." Regarding the banking crisis, TD Cowen President Jeff Solomon believes that "this phase of any crisis is over." (Disclosure: Apollo is the parent company of Yahoo Finance.) Video highlights: 00:00:03 - Apollo Global Management (APO) CEO Marc Rowan 00:00:36 - Citi (C) CEO Jane Fraser 00:01:08 - TD (TD) Cowen President Jeff Solomon Special Coverage: Highlights, big interviews, and more from the Milken Institute Global Conference

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Results season will be a 'bit of a head fake', says strategist

    Investors banking on strong corporate results to lift stocks need to watch out for the "canary in the coal mine" says Ben Laidler, eToro global markets strategist. He tells Yahoo Finance’s Rachelle Akuffo to expect a “down earnings season” in the first quarter as he laid out his roadmap for how he thinks corporate results will shakeout in the wake of March's banking turmoil. Laidler says reported numbers are “going to look good,” with the strongest earnings to come from “small caps, the cyclicals, consumer discretionary names.” However he suggests looking under the hood, as those companies could suffer the most in an economic slowdown. That's “inevitably coming” he adds, labelling this results season as a “little bit of a head fake.” Laidler says his fear is “what comes next”, anticipating “downbeat” guidance in earnings reports. Specifically in focus for Laidler is the tightening of lending conditions by banks. This has been the topic of some debate in recent weeks, with the likes of Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and the IMF seemingly on different pages. He clarifies he wouldn’t consider the turmoil following SVB and Signature Bank’s collapses a “crisis,” but instead a “banking scare.” More an issue of individual banks “rather than the system,” but still with real macroeconomic consequences. Commodities in particular are “particularly sensitive” to the slowdown of growth. We have yet to see the final fallout from the banking turmoil, and Laidler encourages all to monitor earnings as they're reported this week. Key Video Moments: 00:00:25 - Commodities are the "canary in the coal mine" for slowdown in growth 00:00:56 - Tech, healthcare remain defensive 00:01:24 - Reported numbers will look "good" for earnings season 00:01:48 - Guidance will be more downbeat, looking ahead 00:02:00 - Best earnings will come from companies that will suffer the most from economic slowdown For more of Rachelle’s conversation with Ben Laidler, click here.

  • Simply Wall St.

    The Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSE:TD) is largely controlled by institutional shareholders who own 57% of the company

    Key Insights Institutions' substantial holdings in Toronto-Dominion Bank implies that they have significant influence...

  • Zacks

    Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD) Now Trades Above Golden Cross: Time to Buy?

    Is it a good or bad thing when a stock experiences a golden cross technical event?

  • Simply Wall St.

    With 55% ownership, The Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSE:TD) boasts of strong institutional backing

    To get a sense of who is truly in control of The Toronto-Dominion Bank ( TSE:TD ), it is important to understand the...

  • Motley Fool

    Why Target Stock Inched Higher Today

    Modestly good news on a contract extension helped to lift shares of retail giant Target (NYSE: TGT) 2.1% through 12:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday. As Target announced, it has secured an extension of its deal to have Canada's Toronto Dominion Bank (NYSE: TD) issue its RedCard credit card and other private label cards for a multiyear period. Target didn't provide a lot of detail on the contract extension in its update, beyond noting that it has partnered with TD on this card for nearly a decade now.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    TD Bank to buy Cowen, Estée Lauder reportedly exploring Tom Ford deal

    Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss TD Bank seeking to buy investment bank Cowen and reports that makeup giant Estée Lauder is exploring a Tom Ford deal.

  • Bloomberg

    Battered Bitcoin Devotees Begin to Contemplate a Market Bottom

    (Bloomberg) -- A buzz is building in crypto-investor circles and on Twitter about Bitcoin’s stealth July rally, which has beleaguered investors starting to ponder whether the largest digital asset has found a bottom. Most Read from BloombergRockstar Games Cleaned Up Its Frat-Boy Culture — and Grand Theft Auto, TooFed Hikes 75 Basis Points Second Time, Signals Third Is PossibleBiden Considers New Pause on Paying Back Student Loans, $10,000 ReliefStar Wars Knights of the Old Republic Game Paused A

  • Zacks

    Are You Looking for a High-Growth Dividend Stock?

    Dividends are one of the best benefits to being a shareholder, but finding a great dividend stock is no easy task. Does Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD) have what it takes? Let's find out.

  • Business Wire

    Hackensack Meridian Health Innovates Patient Billing and Payments with TD Bank and Nordis Technologies

    CHERRY HILL, N.J. & CORAL SPRINGS, Fla., June 27, 2022--Hackensack Meridian Health's integrated patient billing and payments system from TD Bank and Nordis Technologies improves patient experience.

  • Bloomberg

    Bruised Bitcoin Due Relief After Crypto Wipeout, Charts Show

    (Bloomberg) -- Most Read from BloombergTrump’s Final Scene Didn’t Go According to ScriptDemocrats Weigh Paring Biden Tax Hike to Win Over ManchinVenice Plans to Start Weeding Out Cheap TouristsFauci Suffers Covid Symptom Rebound After Course of Pfizer’s PaxlovidDisquiet Over the Housing Market Is Only GrowingThe wipeout in Bitcoin may have run its course, a range of technical indicators suggest.Momentum measures and insights from options bets signal ebbing selling pressure and a possible trading

  • Yahoo Finance

    'Driving a casino effect': Stash CEO calls out payment for order flow as SEC unveils plan

    The firehose of new investors that the market has seen over the past three years is slowing.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Retail investor sentiment is ‘a matter of valuation,’ TD Ameritrade strategist says

    TD Ameritrade Head Trading Strategist Shawn Cruz joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss volatility, IMX score dip, client buys and sells, and the outlook for investor uncertainty.