Toronto-Dominion Bank operates within the Commercial banks sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Toronto-Dominion Bank with three other
companies in this sector in CANADA :
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
sales of 25.14 billion Canadian Dollars [US$20.21 billion]
of which 34%
was Canadian Personal and small Business Ban),
Bank of Montreal
(32.66 billion Canadian Dollars [US$26.25 billion]
of which 25%
was Canadian P&C), and
Royal Bank of Canada
(61.15 billion Canadian Dollars [US$49.16 billion]
of which 29%
was Personal & Commercial Banking).
During the third
quarter of 2021, sales at Toronto-Dominion Bank totalled
This is a drop of 6.0%
from the C$12.70 billion in sales at the company during the third quarter in 2020.
During the first three quarters of 2021, sales totalled C$35.46 billion, which is
than through the first three
quarters of 2020.
During the previous 6 quarters, sales at Toronto-Dominion Bank have fallen vis-à-vis the same quarter in the previous year.
During the year ended October of 2020, sales at
Toronto-Dominion Bank were C$53.21 billion (US$42.78 billion).
decrease of 9.9%
versus 2019, when the company's sales were C$59.05 billion.
Contributing to the drop in overall sales was the 4.4% decline
in U.S. Retail, from C$11.79 billion to C$11.27 billion.
However, these declines were partially offset by the increase in sales of
Canadian Retail (up 0.4% to C$24.33 billion)
Wholesale Banking (up 53.5% to C$4.96 billion)
Corporate (up 69.7% to C$3.08 billion)