TORONTO (Reuters) – Toronto-Dominion Bank reported fourth-quarter profit that beat analysts’ estimates on Thursday, on lower-than-expected provisions for credit losses and as its Canadian retail business and wholesale banking income grew from a year earlier.
Canada’s second-biggest lender said adjusted net income marginally rose to C$2.97 billion ($2.30 billion), or C$1.60 a share, from C$2.95 billion, or C$1.59 a share, a year ago. Analysts had expected C$1.28.
TD set aside C$917 million to cover bad loans, lower than the estimated C$1.58 billion and less than half the amount taken in the second quarter.
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