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National Bank Of Canada Has Made Its Pessimistic Economic Scenario More Pessimistic, Increased Its Weight To Account For 'Dark Potential Path' Of Recovery -Conf Call
National Bank Of Canada Posts Fourth-Quarter Diluted EPS $1.36
National Bank Of Canada Announces NVCC AT1 Limited Recourse Capital Notes Offering
National Bank of Canada (the Bank) offers financial services to individuals, businesses, institutional clients and governments across Canada. The Company operates through four segments: Personal and Commercial, Wealth Management, Financial Markets and U.S. Specialty Finance and International (USSF&I). The Personal and Commercial segment includes the banking, financing, and investing services offered to individuals, advisors and businesses, as well as insurance operations. The Wealth Management segment comprises investment solutions, banking services, lending services and other wealth management solutions. The Financial Markets segment includes corporate banking and investment banking and financial solutions for large and mid-size corporations, public sector organizations, and institutional investors. TheUSSF&I segment includes the specialty finance services provided by the Credigy subsidiary and the activities of the ABA Bank subsidiary.
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Toronto-Dominion Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce wrapped up a forecast-beating fourth quarter by Canadian lenders on Thursday, but diverged on their expectations for next year amid uncertainty about the economic outlook.
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) joined its rivals in reporting a better-than-expected profit for the fourth quarter on Thursday, as it set aside less money to cover potential bad loans arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canada's main stock index traded flat on Wednesday, as losses in heavyweight mining and utilities stocks outweighed optimism over a quick economic recovery after Britain approved a COVID-19 vaccine.
Royal Bank of Canada and National Bank of Canada beat expectations for fourth-quarter profit on Wednesday, as they set aside less capital than analysts had anticipated to cover potential loan losses.
Canadian banks are set to post a drop in fourth-quarter profits as margin pressures are exacerbated by a surge in deposits to a record and sluggish loan growth.
Canada's financial regulator said on Friday it has no plans to reinstate the treatment of loans deferred by banks as performing assets, even as the number of COVID-19 cases spike and some provinces shut down businesses again.
The Canadian government has teamed up with some of the country's largest financial institutions to launch a C$221 million ($168 million) program for Black entrepreneurs to access credit and help them bounce back from the pandemic-induced economic slump.
Canadian banks are warning of a rise in credit impairments over the next year as the unwinding of government aid and loan deferral programs in coming months exposes lenders to the real damage to customers from the coronavirus crisis.
Toronto-Dominion Bank <TD.TO> and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce <CM.TO> beat analyst expectations for third-quarter profit on Thursday as strong earnings growth in their capital markets businesses helped offset weakness in almost every other unit.
Royal Bank of Canada and National Bank of Canada comfortably beat estimates for third-quarter profit on Wednesday as they set aside about half the money analysts had expected to cover bad loans.
Canada's main stock index rose on Wednesday, supported by gains in Royal Bank of Canada and National Bank of Canada after the lenders reported strong quarterly results.
Canada's main stock index opened flat on Wednesday, as investors weighed upbeat earnings reports from Royal Bank of Canada and National Bank of Canada against weakness in energy stocks.
Canadian banks are set to post higher profits over the previous quarter next week thanks to a raft of government stimulus, a recovery in financial markets and setting aside less money to cover bad loans.
Canada's biggest lenders confirmed on Friday they had joined a widespread boycott of Facebook Inc <FB.O> begun by U.S. civil rights groups seeking to pressure the world's largest social media platform to take concrete steps to block hate speech.
Canada's biggest lenders confirmed on Friday they had joined a widespread boycott of Facebook Inc begun by U.S. civil rights groups seeking to pressure the world's largest social media platform to take concrete steps to block hate speech.
Canada's banking regulator on Tuesday kept the capital buffer the country's six biggest lenders must hold at a record low 1% of risk-weighted assets and said it was prepared to lower it further if needed.
Canada's banking regulator kept the amount of capital the country's six biggest lenders must hold at a record-low 1% of risk-weighted assets on Tuesday, following an out-of-schedule reduction in March to help ease the impact of the pandemic.
Most of Canada's biggest banks are ending their extra payments to employees who continued working in public during COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns, as the country's daily infection tallies decline.
Canada's main stock index futures fell on Thursday as oil prices slid due to uncertainty surrounding OPEC+ output cuts and worries over rising U.S. inventories.
Investors and analysts are bracing for massive earnings declines at Canadian banks this fiscal year, after second-quarter profits halved as they set aside billions of dollars to cover loan losses from the coronavirus pandemic and a struggling energy sector.
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