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Should You Put Toronto-Dominion Bank or Bank of Montreal in Your RRSP?
Like TD, Bank of Montreal has a large presence in the United States with more than 500 branches serving two million customers.
Analyst's Roundup: Bank of Montreal  iStreetWire
Should Investors Buy Bank of Montreal?
In the United States, Bank of Montreal's adjusted net income rose 22% to $221 million in the fourth quarter across its 600+ branches.
4 Reasons to Buy Bank of Montreal Today
The big attraction right now is Bank of Montreal's U.S.-based business. Adjusted net income from the group jumped 22% in the fourth quarter to $221 million.
BMO stress testing oil and gas loan portfolio at $25 a barrel  CBC.ca
Canadian banks stress testing loan portfolios for rock-bottom oil prices  BOE Report (press release)
Is Bank of Montreal a Top Income Pick?
Bank of Montreal also has strong operations south of the border with more than 600 branches serving clients in the U.S. Midwest. The U.S. group had an impressive Q3 with adjusted net income of $186 million, up a solid 36% compared with the same period ...
Should Bank of Montreal Be a Top Pick for Your Portfolio?
Bank of Montreal's Canadian personal and commercial banking operations continue to perform well. Q4 net income hit $561 million, up 7% compared with Q4 2014.
Is Bank of Montreal (USA) (BMO) A Good Stock To Buy?  Insider Monkey (blog)
Bank of Montreal (BMO) Set to Announce Quarterly Earnings on Tuesday  ChronicleDaily.com (blog)
3 Reasons Bank of Montreal Is Canada's Most Underrated Bank
In addition, Bank of Montreal has generated above average total shareholder returns over the past five years (ranking only behind TD Bank), and when adjusting for risk, becomes the top performing of the big four banks during that time frame.
A Year in Review for Bank of Montreal
This includes both the Canadian personal and commercial banking and the U.S. personal and commercial bank. Its wealth management group saw a 13% increase in adjusted net income to $955 million.
Bank of Nova Scotia or Bank of Montreal: Which Is the Better Buy?
Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS)(NYSE:BNS) and Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO)(NYSE:BMO) are the third- and fourth-largest banks in Canada by total assets, and both of their stocks represent very attractive long-term investment opportunities today.
Canadian lawsuit names Bank of Nova Scotia in gold price manipulation  Financial Post
Why Bank of Montreal Deserves More Dividend Respect
Deposits rose by 6% and the group delivered loan growth of 3%. South of the border, Bank of Montreal has more than 600 branches with more than 14,000 employees serving customers primarily located in the Midwest.
Could Bank of Montreal Be an Unknown Gem?
Unlike some of the other banks, BMO is strategically diversified throughout the United States and Canada, which protects it from volatility in either country.