|Bid||0.00 x 3000|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's range||57.30 - 57.78|
|52-week range||56.88 - 66.78|
|PE ratio (TTM)||11.11|
|Earnings date||6 Feb 2017 - 10 Feb 2017|
|Forward dividend & yield||2.53 (4.38%)|
|1y target est||72.27|
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After five deals in six months, Bank of Nova Scotia is taking a breather. “We’ve got a lot of work to do in terms of execution and integrations now, so I think we’ll be fairly quiet on the acquisition front from here on in,” Chief Executive Officer Brian Porter told BNN Bloomberg on Friday in a TV interview set to air at 3 p.m. Eastern time. On Thursday, Scotiabank agreed to buy MD Financial Management from the Canadian Medical Association for C$2.59 billion ($2 billion), the latest in a series of announced acquisitions that include Canadian money manager Jarislowsky Fraser Ltd. and Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA’s 68 percent stake in a Chilean lender.
Bank of Nova Scotia continued its record earnings streak in international banking. Latin America accounted for 60 percent of international banking earnings in the quarter ended April 30. “International banking reported strong results with another quarter of double-digit earnings growth," Chief Executive Officer Brian Porter said Tuesday in a statement.
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Scotiabank has resigned as a primary dealer of British government debt, the Debt Management Office said on Thursday, the latest financial services firm to have given up the role in recent years. Primary dealers are banks that buy bonds, known in Britain as gilts, directly from the government to sell them on, helping to create a liquid market. Scotiabank joins Credit Suisse and Societe Generale among major banks to have quit as primary dealers of British gilts in recent years.
Scotiabank has resigned as a primary dealer of British government debt, the Debt Management Office said on Thursday, the latest financial services firm to have given up the role in recent years. Primary dealers are banks that buy bonds, known in Britain as gilts, directly from the government to sell them on, helping to create a liquid market. Scotiabank joins Credit Suisse (IOB: 0QP5.IL - news) and Societe Generale (Swiss: 519928.SW - news) among major banks to have quit as primary dealers of British gilts in recent years.
Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank) (BNS.TO) is restructuring its metals business and several senior staff in London and New York are leaving after the Canadian bank was unable to sell the ScotiaMocatta unit, four sources familiar with the matter said. Scotiabank, which declined to comment on Wednesday, began a strategic review of ScotiaMocatta in 2016 after a string of lawsuits related to the manipulation of gold and silver price benchmarks and due to dissatisfaction over its performance, sources previously told Reuters. Goldman Sachs (GS.N) and Citibank (C.N) had both declined to buy ScotiaMocatta, and Scotiabank said in February it would instead slim down one of London's main gold trading banks, whose origins date back to the 17th century.
President Donald Trump pressed ahead with the imposition of 25 percent tariffs on steel imports and 10 percent for aluminum on Thursday but exempted Canada and Mexico, backtracking from earlier pledges of tariffs on all countries.
The bank, based in Toronto, said it had earnings of $1.46 per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring gains, came to $1.37 per share. The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. The average estimate ...
** Facebook Inc is buying a software firm that specializes in authenticating government-issued identification cards, the two companies said, a step that may help the social media company learn more about the people who buy ads on its network. ** Microsemi Corp, the largest U.S. commercial supplier of military and aerospace semiconductor equipment, is exploring its options, including a possible sale, after it received a takeover approach, a person familiar with the matter said. ** The field of prospective bidders for ScotiaMocatta, the metals trading arm of Canada's Bank of Nova Scotia, has narrowed to two, three banking and industry sources said.
The Toronto-based bank said it had earnings of $1.31 per share. Earnings, adjusted for amortization costs, came to $1.32 per share. The results met Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of four ...