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Last $105.40 USD
Change Today -0.45 / -0.43%
Volume 300.0
As of 8:10 PM 05/6/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

canadian tire corp-class a (CDNAF) Snapshot

Open
$105.40
Previous Close
$105.85
Day High
$105.40
Day Low
$105.40
52 Week High
12/3/14 - $113.54
52 Week Low
02/4/15 - $92.57
Market Cap
8.5B
Average Volume 10 Days
720.2
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
73.7M
EX-Date
04/28/15
P/E TM
--
Dividend
$2.10
Dividend Yield
1.68%
Current Stock Chart for CANADIAN TIRE CORP-CLASS A (CDNAF)

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canadian tire corp-class a (CDNAF) Details

Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited provides a range of products and services through a portfolio of retail banners in Canada. Its Retail segment operates general merchandise retail tire stores with approximately 150,000 stock keeping units in living, fixing, playing, automotive, and seasonal categories under the Canadian Tire banner; a chain of 91 automotive parts specialty stores under the PartSource banner; and as a retailer of gasoline with a network of 297 retail gas bars under the Petroleum banner. As of December 31, 2014, it operated 293 convenience stores and kiosks, 83 car washes, 5 vehicle lubrication facilities, and 81 propane stations under the Canadian Tire banner. This segment also operates sporting goods retail stores under the FGL Sports banner; and a chain of 383 apparel and footwear retail stores under the Mark’s banner, as well as provides financing loan program for dealers. The company’s CT REIT segment operates a real estate investment trust, which owns, develops, and leases income producing commercial properties. As of December 31, 2014, its portfolio included 273 properties consist of 268 retail properties, 2 distribution centers, a mixed-use commercial property, and 2 development properties with a total gross leasable area of approximately 20 million square feet. Its Financial Services segment markets a range of Canadian Tire-branded credit cards, such as the Canadian Tire Options MasterCard, the Cash Advantage MasterCard, the Gas Advantage MasterCard, and the Sport Chek MasterCard; insurance and identity theft products to Canadian Tire customers, as well as reinsures creditor insurance and warranty coverages; and manages and finances its consumer MasterCard, Visa and retail credit card, and Canadian Tire-branded personal loan and line of credit portfolios, as well as interest savings accounts, tax free savings accounts, and guaranteed investment certificate deposits. The company was founded in 1922 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

11,235 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/26/15
Founded in 1922

canadian tire corp-class a (CDNAF) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and President
Total Annual Compensation: C$811.5K
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: C$517.5K
Chief Executive Officer of Canadian Tire Bank...
Total Annual Compensation: C$426.4K
Executive Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: C$525.0K
Chief Operating Officer of Canadian Tire Reta...
Total Annual Compensation: C$475.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

canadian tire corp-class a (CDNAF) Key Developments

Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited Opens Second Digital Innovation Lab in Canada's Silicon Valley North

Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited opened the doors of its new 'Digital Garage' in Canada's Silicon Valley North. The new purpose built facility is the second digital innovation lab for Canadian Tire, situated near its Communitech lab in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, and will allow the company's top digital innovators to develop new in-store and online technologies. The additional space afforded by the Digital Garage gives the company's innovation team a new digital sandbox and tools to further develop innovative applications. Additionally, the company will open its first Showcase Store in Edmonton, Alberta, in the coming weeks, providing customers with a unique retail environment, an expanded assortment and dynamic digital experiences.

Canadian Tire Voluntarily Recalls Garrison Small and Large Security Safes

Canadian Tire is voluntarily recalling all units of the Garrison Small Security Safe and the Garrison Large Security Safe as a precautionary measure due to a product quality concern. Both products can be easily opened without the use of a key or numbered security code.

Canadian Tire Corporation Amends Payment of Approval Fee Payable in Connection with Previously Called Meeting of Noteholders and Related Consent Solicitation

Canadian Tire Corporation Limited announced an amendment to the approval fee payable in connection with its previously called meeting and related consent solicitation of holders (Noteholders) of its 6.25% medium term notes due April 13, 2028 and 6.32% medium term notes due February 24, 2034 issued pursuant to the terms of a trust indenture dated June 4, 1993 (as amended and supplemented to date, the 1993 Trust Indenture). The meeting and related consent solicitation was called to consider a resolution to approve certain amendments to the terms of the notes and the 1993 Trust Indenture. The Corporation will now pay the approval fee of $5.00 per $1,000 principal amount to all Noteholders who vote on the resolution, regardless of whether they vote for or against the resolution, provided the resolution is approved at the meeting or as part of the related consent solicitation. Previously, Noteholders had to vote in favour of the resolution to be eligible to receive the approval fee. To be eligible to receive the approval fee, if one is paid, Noteholders must execute and deliver a valid proxy to the tabulation agent for the meeting and related consent solicitation by the deadline for submitting proxies, or vote in person at the meeting, if the meeting is held. All other conditions concerning the payment of the approval fee will remain unchanged.

 

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