Bank of Montreal expected to post earnings of C$3.07 a share - Earnings Preview

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 Bank of Montreal expected to post earnings of C$3.07 a share - Earnings Preview
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* Bank of Montreal is expected to show a rise in quarterly revenue when it reports results on December 1. * The Toronto Ontario-based company is expected to report a 10.3% increase in revenue to C$6.988 billion from C$6.33 billion a year ago, according to the mean estimate from 6 analysts, based on Refinitiv data. * ​Refinitiv's mean analyst estimate for Bank of Montreal is for earnings of C$3.07 per share. * The current average analyst rating on the shares is "buy" and the breakdown of recommendations is 12 "strong buy" or "buy," 2 "hold" and 1 "sell" or "strong sell." * The mean earnings estimate of analysts was unchanged in the last three months. ​ * Wall Street's median 12-month price target for Bank of Montreal is C$148​, above​ its last closing price of C$130.03. ​​​ Previous quarterly performance (using preferred earnings measure in Canadian dollars). ​ QUARTER STARMINESM REFINITIV ACTUAL BEAT, SURPRI ENDING ARTESTIMAT IBES MET, SE % E® ESTIMATE MISSED Jul. 31 2022 3.15 3.14 3.09 Missed -1.5 Apr. 30 2022 3.23 3.21 3.23 Beat 0.7 Jan. 31 2022 3.30 3.28 3.89 Beat 18.6​ Oct. 31 2021 3.24 3.21 3.33 Beat 3.7 ​​Jul. 2.96 2.94 3.44 Beat 17.2 31 2021 Apr. 30 2021 2.76 2.77 3.13 Beat 13.1​ Jan. 31 2021 2.15 2.15 3.06 Beat 42.2 Oct. 31 2020 1.90 1.90 2.41 Beat 26.6 This summary was machine generated November 29 at 11:07 GMT. All figures in Canadian dollars unless otherwise stated.


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