Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM): Price and Financial Metrics

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM)

Today's Latest Price: $72.85 USD

2.01 (2.84%)

Updated Jun 5 4:10pm

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Ranked of 44 in Foreign Banks

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CM Stock Summary

  • CM has a market capitalization of $32,441,980,450 -- more than approximately 94.23% of US stocks.
  • The price/operating cash flow metric for Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce is higher than only 10.92% of stocks in our set with a positive cash flow.
  • CM's equity multiplier -- a measure of assets relative to shareholders'equity -- is greater than that of 97.92% of US stocks.
  • If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce, a group of peers worth examining would be LYG, BK, COF, WLTW, and TRI.
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CM Price/Volume Stats

Current price $72.85 52-week high $87.62
Prev. close $70.84 52-week low $46.45
Day low $72.36 Volume 654,572
Day high $74.39 Avg. volume 692,116
50-day MA $59.71 Dividend yield 6%
200-day MA $75.11 Market Cap 32.43B

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM) Company Bio

Canadian Imperial Bank provides various financial products and services to individuals and small businesses, and commercial, corporate, and institutional clients in Canada and internationally. The company was founded in 1867 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

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CIBC (TSX:CM): Deal or Dud?

The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (TSX:CM)(NYSE:CM) or CIBC seems like a great deal on the surface, but there's a lot more going on with this stock. The post CIBC (TSX:CM): Deal or Dud? appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada .

The Motley Fool Canada | June 6, 2020

Canada Unexpectedly Adds 290,000 Jobs on Gradual Reopening

(Bloomberg) -- Canada’s labor market unexpectedly strengthened after two-straight months of record losses as the country gradually reopens from Covid-19 related restrictions.Employment rose by 289,600 in May, Statistics Canada said Friday in Ottawa, surprising economists who had been anticipating more losses last month. The gains were across most industries and provinces, though largely driven by higher employment in Quebec, the province hardest hit by the pandemic.The numbers echo recent high-frequency data, which had signaled a recovery is underway, with job postings increasing and more Canadians reporting an increase in work at the end of May. They will be a relief to policy makers who had been scrambling to inject hundreds of billions in cash into the economy to keep it afloat. Stil...

Yahoo | June 5, 2020

CIBC contributes $700,000 to local organizations supporting Black communities

CIBC today announced that it is contributing $700,000 to local not-for-profits across Canada and the United States in support of efforts to empower Black youth, individuals and families in building strong communities.

Yahoo | June 4, 2020

CIBC Innovation Banking Provides Vbrick Systems Inc. with a US$6 Million Growth Financing

CIBC Innovation Banking is pleased to announce a US$6 million revolving credit facility for Virginia-based Vbrick Systems Inc. ("Vbrick"), an industry-leading provider of video platform solutions. With operations in North America, Europe and Australia, the credit facility will be used to accelerate its rapid growth trajectory with investments in new customer acquisition and product innovation.

Yahoo | June 4, 2020

Valens Secures CA$40M Via Credit Facility, Builds Australia Enterprise

Canadian CBD company Valens GroWorks Corp. (TSX: VLNS) (OTCQX: VLNCF ) confirmed Monday it has secured up to CA$40 million (US$29 million) in financing via syndicated credit facility. The agreement between the Kelowna, British Columbia-based company, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and ATB Financial will last three years. The credit facility includes CA$20 million of secured term loan and CA$20 million of secured revolving loan. Under the deal, Valens is granted up to an additional CA$10 million if it decides to raise aggregate commitments. "With our enhanced balance sheet, we are well positioned to continue to expand our innovative product portfolio, build out our custom manufacturing platform, be opportunistic in a consolidating market and maximize capital allocation to generate … ...

Benzinga Feeds | June 1, 2020

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CM Price Returns

1-mo 21.95%
3-mo 19.00%
6-mo -8.64%
1-year -0.81%
3-year 8.81%
5-year 23.18%
YTD -10.74%
2019 17.63%
2018 -19.70%
2017 24.85%
2016 29.73%
2015 -19.63%

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