Last C$107.48 CAD
Change Today +0.02 / 0.02%
Volume 254.8K
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As of 4:00 PM 04/16/14 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

canadian tire corp-class a (CTC/A) Snapshot

Open
C$107.46
Previous Close
C$107.46
Day High
C$108.44
Day Low
C$106.98
52 Week High
04/9/14 - C$108.45
52 Week Low
04/17/13 - C$71.02
Market Cap
8.7B
Average Volume 10 Days
219.5K
EPS TTM
C$6.92
Shares Outstanding
76.5M
EX-Date
04/28/14
P/E TM
15.5x
Dividend
C$1.75
Dividend Yield
1.38%
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canadian tire corp-class a (CTC/A) Details

Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited offers a range of products and services through a portfolio of retail brands and banners in Canada. The company operates through three segments: Retail, CT REIT, and Financial Services segments. The Retail segment operates general merchandise retail stores with approximately 136,000 stock keeping units in living, fixing, playing, automotive, and seasonal and gardening categories under the Canadian Tire banner; a chain of 90 automotive parts stores under the PartSource banner; and as a retailer of gasoline with a network of 300 retail gas bars, 295 convenience stores and kiosks, 82 car washes, 5 vehicle lubrication facilities, and 89 propane stations under the Petroleum banner. This segment also operates clothing and footwear retail stores that consist of 385 Mark’s stores; provides footwear, sports equipment, and apparel retail under the FGL Sports banner; and offers e-commerce retailing through its Website. The CT REIT segment operates a real estate investment trust, which holds 256 commercial properties with a total gross leasable area of approximately 19 million square feet. The Financial Services segment markets a range of Canadian Tire-branded credit cards, Canadian Tire’s consumer MasterCard, and Visa and retail credit cards, as well as manages and finances various Canadian Tire branded personal loan and line of credit portfolios; interest savings accounts and GICs; and insurance and identity theft products to Canadian Tire customers, and reinsures creditor insurance and warranty coverages. This segment also provides home services, such as garage door opener, HVAC, and central vacuum installation services, as well as painting, roofing, landscaping, and carpet cleaning services. As of February 13, 2014, the company operated approximately 1,700 retail and gasoline outlets. Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited was founded in 1922 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

10,594 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/13/14
Founded in 1922

canadian tire corp-class a (CTC/A) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Total Annual Compensation: C$1.3M
President
Total Annual Compensation: C$671.3K
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: C$504.9K
Executive Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: C$129.2K
Chief Operating Officer of Canadian Tire Reta...
Total Annual Compensation: C$413.8K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

canadian tire corp-class a (CTC/A) Key Developments

Canadian Tire Denies Active Search For Acquisitions

Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd. (TSX:CTC.A) said that it is not actively looking for acquisitions. Canadian Tire will be extremely choosy and will only consider companies with huge opportunity that fit into its heritage businesses like automotive and sports.

Canadian Tire Eyes Acquisitions

Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd. (TSX:CTC.A) intends to make acquisitions. President of the company, Michael Medline said that Canadian Tire will consider an acquisition in future. He stated that "we are extremely choosy." He added that an acquisition needs to be in one of Canadian Tire's heritage businesses, such as autos parts or sporting goods and he looks for strong companies.

Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited Announces Executive Changes

Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited announced the appointment of Chad McKinnon as Chief Operating Officer of FGL Sports and Rick White as Chief Operating Officer of Mark's. In November 2013, Michael Medline, previously President of FGL Sports and Mark's, was appointed to the expanded role of President of CTC by Chief Executive Officer Stephen Wetmore. Prior to his appointment as COO, Mr. McKinnon was Senior Vice-President of Store Operations for FGL Sports and Mark's and had broader responsibilities with National Sports.

 

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Price/Earnings 15.2x
Price/Sales 0.7x
Price/Book 1.6x
Price/Cash Flow 14.3x
TEV/Sales 0.3x
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