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The Toronto-Dominion Bank revenue reports

The Toronto-Dominion Bank financial reports, The Toronto-Dominion Bank annual revenue in 2019. When does The Toronto-Dominion Bank report revenue?
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Report date Total revenue
Total revenue refers to the total receipts from sales of a given quantity of goods or services. It is the total income of a business and is calculated by multiplying the quantity of goods sold by the price of the goods.
and Change (%)
Comparing current quartal report this year to quartal report last year.
Net income
Net income is an entity's income minus cost of goods sold, expenses and taxes for an accounting period.
and Change (%)
Comparing current quartal report this year to quartal report last year.
31/10/2018 7 633 908 695 $ +6.17 % ↑ 2 235 834 682 $ +7.68 % ↑
31/07/2018 7 537 230 512 $ +1.44 % ↑ 2 370 840 696 $ +8.13 % ↑
30/04/2018 7 315 598 391 $ - 2 257 544 898 $ -
31/01/2018 7 607 068 560 $ - 1 897 703 535 $ -
31/10/2017 7 190 340 390 $ - 2 076 433 789 $ -
31/07/2017 7 430 490 052 $ - 2 192 498 680 $ -
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31/10/2018 31/07/2018 30/04/2018 31/01/2018 31/10/2017 31/07/2017
Gross profit
Gross profit is the profit a company makes after deducting the costs of making and selling its products, or the costs of providing its services.
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Cost of revenue
Cost of revenue is the total cost of producing and distributing of products and services of a company.
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Total revenue
Total revenue refers to the total receipts from sales of a given quantity of goods or services. It is the total income of a business and is calculated by multiplying the quantity of goods sold by the price of the goods.
7 633 908 695 $ 7 537 230 512 $ 7 315 598 391 $ 7 607 068 560 $ 7 190 340 390 $ 7 430 490 052 $
Operating revenue
Operating revenue is revenue generated from a company's primary business activities. For example, a retailer produces revenue through merchandise sales, and a physician derives revenue from the medical services he/she provides.
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Operating income
Operating income is an accounting figure that measures the amount of profit realized from a business's operations, after deducting operating expenses such as wages, depreciation and cost of goods sold (COGS).
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Net income
Net income is an entity's income minus cost of goods sold, expenses and taxes for an accounting period.
2 235 834 682 $ 2 370 840 696 $ 2 257 544 898 $ 1 897 703 535 $ 2 076 433 789 $ 2 192 498 680 $
R&D spending
Research and Development spending - cost of investigative activities to improve existing products and procedures or to lead to the development of new products and procedures.
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Operating expense
An operating expense is an expenditure that a business incurs as a result of performing its normal business operations.
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Current assets
Current assets is a balance sheet item that represents the value of all assets that can reasonably expect to be converted into cash within one year.
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Total assets
Total assets refers to the total amount of assets owned by a person or entity.
1 014 487 567 813 $ 992 653 412 032 $ 1 000 109 527 836 $ 1 025 098 000 836 $ 992 061 424 715 $ 962 123 633 342 $
Current cash
Current cash - the sum of all of the cash a company has on the date of report.
3 598 462 685 $ 4 255 532 328 $ 3 269 467 197 $ 3 166 361 016 $ 3 080 133 947 $ 3 291 148 566 $
Current debt
Current debt is the portion of debt due within a year (12 months) and is listed as a current liability and part of net working capital.
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Total cash
Total cash - the sum of all of the cash a company has on its books, including petty cash and funds on deposit in a bank.
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Total debt
Total debt is a combination of both short-term and long-term debt. Short-term debts are those that must be paid back within a year. Long-term debt generally includes every liability that must be paid off in more than a year.
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Debt ratio
Total debt to total assets - is a financial ratio that indicates the percentage of a company's assets that are provided via debt.
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Shareholders equity
Shareholder's equity (SE) is the owner's claim after subtracting total liabilities from total assets.
60 073 427 637 $ 58 901 605 552 $ 58 947 005 670 $ 58 668 703 548 $ 57 559 178 999 $ 57 513 881 432 $
Cash flow
Cash flow is the net amount of cash and cash-equivalents being transferred into and out of a business.
1 402 906 466 $ 5 959 742 080 $ -4 786 182 144 $ 1 813 180 551 $ 14 123 938 313 $ -2 286 920 156 $

Last revenue report of The Toronto-Dominion Bank was 31/10/2018. According to last financial report total revenue in The Toronto-Dominion Bank was 7 633 908 695 US dollar and changed by +6.17% since last year. Net income in The Toronto-Dominion Bank was 2 235 834 682 $ in last quartal, net income changes to +7.68%.

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