Shares of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (NYSE:CM) have shifted north recently, touching a new 52-week high. A recent bid put the stock price near $84.42. The stock has moved -0.02% over the last 5 sessions.
Share Performance Summary
Since the start of the calendar year, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (NYSE:CM)’s stock has changed 3.46%. Over the last five trading sessions, the stock has moved -0.02%. For the past month, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce’s stock has been 0.60%, 13.13% for the last quarter, 13.65% for the past six months and 46.52% for the past 52 weeks.
Based on current stock levels, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce shares are trading -0.37% off of the 50-day high and 17.55% away from the 50-day low.
Earnings Per Share (EPS), the portion of a company’s profit distributed to each outstanding common share, is a useful indicator of a company’s profitability. EPS is typically considered to be the most important variable in determining a share’s price. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (NYSE:CM)’s EPS growth this year is 20.60% and the trailing 12-month EPS is $8.10. Covering sell-side analysts are estimating company growth for next year to be 4.45%. On a consensus basis, analysts have given a recommendation of 2.80 on company shares.
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