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Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS.TO)

BNS.TO on Toronto Stock Exchange

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28 Apr 2017
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Tue, Apr 4 2017

Scotiabank, Bank of Montreal defend sales practices amid probes

TORONTO Bank of Nova Scotia and Bank of Montreal, two of Canada's biggest banks, on Tuesday defended their sales practices after media reports that staffers were pressured to meet targets.

WRAPUP 1-Scotiabank, Bank of Montreal defend sales practices amid probes

* Scotiabank had 8 complaints about sales practices in 2016 - CEO

BRIEF-Scotiabank and Cardtronics renew 7-eleven Canada ABM agreement

* Scotiabank and Cardtronics renew 7-eleven canada ABM agreement

BRIEF-Scotiabank announces specific share repurchase program as part of its Normal Course Issuer Bid

* Scotiabank announces specific share repurchase program as part of its normal course issuer bid

BRIEF-Scotiabank intends to exercise right to redeem all outstanding non-cumulative preferred shares series 17 of Scotiabank on April 26, 2017

* Scotiabank - intends to exercise right to redeem all outstanding non-cumulative preferred shares series 17 of Scotiabank on April 26, 2017

BRIEF-Scotiabank announces Stephen Hart's retirement

* Scotiabank announces Stephen Hart's retirement and appoints Daniel Moore as chief risk officer Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Bank of Nova Scotia entered private agreement to purchase for cancellation 1 million of bank’s common shares held by such seller

* Bank of Nova Scotia says on March 2, entered private agreement to purchase for cancellation 1 million of bank’s common shares held by such seller

WRAPUP 2-BMO first-qtr earnings smash estimates, Scotiabank in line

TORONTO, Feb 28 Bank of Montreal, Canada's fourth biggest lender, reported first-quarter results on Tuesday that smashed market expectations, but rival Bank of Nova Scotia disappointed analysts with numbers that were broadly in line with estimates.

Scotiabank's first quarter results underwhelm analysts

TORONTO Bank of Nova Scotia , Canada's third-biggest lender, reported improved first-quarter earnings that appeared to be just ahead of market expectations but which underwhelmed banking analysts.

UPDATE 2-Scotiabank's first quarter results underwhelm analysts

* Other Canadian banks comfortably beat forecasts (Adds comment from analysts)

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