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Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS.TO)

BNS.TO on Toronto Stock Exchange

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About

The Bank of Nova Scotia (the Bank) is a Canada-based diversified financial institution. The Bank offered a range of products and services, including retail, commercial, corporate and investment banking to more than 21 million customers in more than 55 countries around the world. The Bank has four business lines: Canadian... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.93
Market Cap(Mil.): $77,684.43
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,202.73
Dividend: 0.72
Yield (%): 4.46

Financials

  BNS.TO Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 11.24 13.18 15.34
EPS (TTM): 5.75 -- --
ROI: -- 0.01 0.50
ROE: 14.27 19.70 18.60

Scotiabank to record C$275 mln 2nd-quarter restructuring charge

TORONTO, May 2 Bank of Nova Scotia will book a second-quarter restructuring charge of about C$275 million ($219.33 million) as part of its effort to improve productivity and drive "digital transformation", Canada's third-biggest lender said on Monday.

May 02 2016

BRIEF-Bank of Nova Scotia will record a restructuring charge of about $275 mln or $0.22 per share in Q2

* Scotiabank announces impact of restructuring charge on second quarter 2016 results

May 02 2016

Scotiabank to sell Roynat unit's lease finance business

April 19 Canadian lender Bank of Nova Scotia said it would sell Roynat Lease Finance, a unit of its subsidiary Roynat Inc, to Meridian Credit Union Ltd.

Apr 19 2016

BRIEF-Scotiabank to sell Roynat Lease Finance to Meridian

* As part of transaction, Meridian has committed to make offers of employment to Roynat Lease Finance's employees

Apr 19 2016

BRIEF-Bank of Nova Scotia says investing $185 mln in core banking technology system in Mexico

* Scotiabank advances strategic measures to further position the bank for long-term success

Apr 13 2016

Canada's Scotiabank warns oil firms' credit to be cut

CALGARY Bank of Nova Scotia , Canada's third largest bank by market value, said that credit lines to oil firms will be tightened to reflect lower oil prices, a move which could make it tougher for some to survive.

Apr 12 2016

UPDATE 2-Canada's Scotiabank warns oil firms' credit to be cut

* Credit lines to oil firms will be tightened - CEO (Recasts with more CEO comments on oil firms' borrowing lines, consolidation in oil sector)

Apr 12 2016

BRIEF-Scotiabank CEO says oil firms' credit lines will be cut

* Scotiabank ceo says oil companies' credit lines will be cut in spring borrowing base redeterminations

Apr 12 2016

BRIEF-Scotiabank CEO sees 50 pct of income from overseas in time

* Bank of nova scotia ceo says expects 50 percent of net income to come from overseas operations in time

Apr 12 2016

Canada's Scotiabank has muscle to make acquisitions -CEO

CALGARY, April 12 Bank of Nova Scotia, Canada's third largest bank by market value, said on Tuesday it has the financial muscle to make acquisitions to supplement organic growth if opportunities arise that fit its strategic objectives.

Apr 12 2016

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