The Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD)

56.81
0.36 0.64
NYSE : Finance
Prev Close 56.45
Open 56.52
Day Low/High 56.52 / 56.94
52 Wk Low/High 47.73 / 59.55
Volume 585.72K
Avg Volume 1.29M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1.82B
Market Cap 102.44B
EPS 4.70
P/E Ratio 11.30
Div & Yield 2.22 (3.79%)
TSC Ratings' Upgrades, Downgrades: Playboy

TSC Ratings' Upgrades, Downgrades: Playboy

Ashland, Toronto Dominion Bank, ConMed upgraded; Playboy Enterprises downgraded; Entsar initiated.

Court Ruling Threatens BCE Buyout

Court Ruling Threatens BCE Buyout

A Canadian court sides with bondholders who say a planned leveraged buyout of the telecom company would harm them.

One Bank Pick Stumbles, the Other Soars

One Bank Pick Stumbles, the Other Soars

TheStreet.com Ratings checks in on First Community Bancorp and First Niagara Financial Group two months after recommending the stock.

Rally Remains Possible

It appears as if stocks will rally again into the early part of this week.

Report: Canadian Banks Reach Accord on Debt

A collapse of the deal could have spurred a $260 billion selloff of U.S. corporate debt.

Commerce Profit Drops

The bank took bigger provisions for loan losses tied to real estate and other businesses.

Bank on the Right Regionals

Bank on the Right Regionals

While there are markets to avoid, one fund manager sees upside in some regional banks.

Former Commerce CEO Launching Fund

Vernon Hill, who left the bank under the cloud of a federal probe, will focus on mid-cap banks.

Three Strategies Every Short Seller Must Know

Three Strategies Every Short Seller Must Know

Here's a primer on what you need to know before you 'short' a stock.

Financial Funds Defy Odds, Rally

Financial Funds Defy Odds, Rally

In the face of reams of bad news, financial stocks, funds and ETFs rallied this week.

Cramer: Spain to Conquer Southern U.S. Banks

First Canada, now Spain is set to seize the banking territory in the U.S., says Jim Cramer.

Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Got Banks, Eh?

Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Got Banks, Eh?

The Canadians will make a move on U.S regional banks, Cramer says.

Upside Down Is the Watchword

The day after the big rally, the weak are strong and the strong are weak. John Roque, Mark DeCambre and Scott Moritz lend insights.

Bulls Rest After Big Run

Bulls Rest After Big Run

The major averages close narrowly mixed following Monday's rally.

Microsoft Downplays Facebook Rumors

Microsoft Downplays Facebook Rumors

CEO Steve Ballmer called talk that the software giant was shopping for a stake 'idle speculation.'

Tuesday's Financial Winners & Losers

BofA and UBS rise.

Kass: Recent Done Deals Are Dumb Deals

More signs that investors are ignoring all the signs.

Commerce Deal 'Turbocharges' TD

The Canadian bank sets an $8.5 billion buy of Commerce Bank.

Hedge Funds Keep Heat on TD Ameritrade

SAC and Jana Partners want independent directors to take charge of deal talks.

Hedge Funds Rattle Ameritrade's Cage

Jana and S.A.C. say the online broker must sell itself now.

Ameritrade Chief in No Rush

Joe Moglia pledges to stay the course.

Activists Fire Up Ameritrade

Activists Fire Up Ameritrade

Shares soar as hedge funds renew hopes for consolidation.

Friday's Financial Winners & Losers

Sterling Financial plunges on disclosure of a loan scheme at an affiliate.

TD Banknorth Goes Private

The bank's Toronto parent takes it out in a $3.2 billion deal.

Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': Close to Turning Key on GM

Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': Close to Turning Key on GM

Cramer says he's a 'hairsbreadth' away from a buy on the automaker.

Where Credit's Due

Insider selling in a stock is getting more attention than big buys, and that's an opening.

Iceland Exposure Can Heat Up Cold Snaps

Want to zig when the U.S. zags? Consider getting diversified with an economy that's enjoying strength.

Coming Week: Turkey to Disrupt Bulls

Coming Week: Turkey to Disrupt Bulls

The recent bull romp will pause for Thanksgiving, but the breather could help extend gains.

E*Trade to Buy BrownCo

The deal is valued at $1.6 billion.

Another Enron Payout for J.P. Morgan

It will cough up $350 million in a bankruptcy settlement.

TheStreet Quant Rating: C (Hold)