FP Equities: Preferreds & Derivatives 2023
Solid information on companies operating in Canada's capital markets is gathered in this one outstanding resource from the Financial Post that guides sound investment strategies.
The introduction includes a report from the Bank of Canada exploring the notion of centralizing over-the-counter (OTC) markets.
Preferred Shares lists outstanding publicly and privately held preferred shares with detailed descriptions of their features.
Ratings ranks these shares and Income Trusts with ratings supplied by Dominion Bond Rating Service Limited (DBRS).
Derivatives provides a wealth of information in 4 distinct areas:
- Preferred Securities, also called hybrid securities as they contain features of both debt and preferred shares, presented in a tabular format and also with detailed descriptions of their features.
- Structured Products such as trusts created to hold a portfolio of a single or group of similar companies are presented with detailed descriptions of their features.
- Income Trusts are presented in a tabular format with each entity listed alphabetically within their area of operations, such as oil and gas, real estate, etc. Details include the trading symbol, description of the assets held, number of units outstanding, and a recent closing price.
- Warrants, which are publicly traded and outstanding, are listed by expiry date. A second table presents warrants alphabetically, by company. Subscription basis, exercise price, expiry date, stock exchange listings and trading symbol are all provided for each listed warrant.
For more than 80 years, the Financial Post Data Group has been Canada’s #1 source for corporate and financial information on publicly traded companies. The Financial Post provides detailed financial and securities data, directory information, and media monitoring on thousands of Canadian public companies, and is known for producing the golden standard of publications for the Canadian financial services industry.