|Bid||73.34 x 0|
|Ask||73.37 x 0|
|Day's Range||72.49 - 73.47|
|52 Week Range||67.17 - 76.75|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.22|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||10.99|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.60 (4.96%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jan 04, 2020|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Dividend paying stocks like The Bank of Nova Scotia (TSE:BNS) tend to be popular with investors, and for good reason...
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Analysts expressed concerns about the bank's international business, whose adjusted earnings growth of 4.3% missed expectations amid geopolitical concerns in some markets, despite outpacing Canada's more staid 1.2% increase. The international unit, which accounts for a little over a third of Scotiabank's adjusted earnings, also posted a 9 basis-point drop in net interest margins, compared with a 2 basis-point rise in Canada.
Bank of Nova Scotia, Canada's third-biggest lender, kicked off banks' fourth-quarter earnings on Tuesday with disappointing profit growth in its international banking segment, which overshadowed a slight overall earnings beat. Analysts expressed concerns about the bank's international business, whose adjusted earnings growth of 4.3% missed expectations amid geopolitical concerns in some markets, despite outpacing Canada's more staid 1.2% increase.
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The U.S. is home to literally thousands of dividend payers, which would seem to eliminate the need to look elsewhere for income. But there's a convincing case to be made for at least a couple dozen Canadian dividend stocks.Newer income investors often look for the highest-yielding dividend stocks. They see a 7% yield as being better than 6%, 8% yields superior to 7%, and so on. But that's a much riskier proposition than it seems; sometimes, high yields are indicative of a troubled stock or company.A safer approach is selecting companies with more reasonable current yields that consistently grow their payouts over time. Here in America, many investors look to the Dividend Aristocrats - a group of 57 dividend stocks in the S&P; 500 that have improved their annual payouts for at least 25 consecutive years. But America isn't the only part of the world with Aristocrats. Canada, for instance, has 82.The Canadian Aristocrats' standards aren't as stringent as those of their U.S. counterpart. To qualify for the Canadian Dividend Aristocrats, a stock must be listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, be a member of the S&P; Canada BMI (Broad Market Index), increase its annual payout for at least five consecutive years (it can maintain the same dividend for two consecutive years) and have a float-adjusted market cap of at least C$300 million.We've trimmed down that list to 25 Canadian dividend stocks that are best suited for American investors. The following 25 Canadian Dividend Aristocrats trade on either the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq, and have increased their dividends annually for at least seven years. SEE ALSO: 20 Dividend Stocks to Fund 20 Years of Retirement
Brian Porter has been the CEO of The Bank of Nova Scotia (TSE:BNS) since 2013. This report will, first, examine the...
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Bank of Nova Scotia said on Friday it will not proceed with a proposed sale of its operations in Guyana following opposition from the central bank. Canada's third-biggest lender agreed in November to sell the business to Republic Financial Holdings Ltd, the Trinidad and Tobago-based parent company of Republic Bank, as part of a plan to exit nine countries in the Caribbean, including Antigua and Grenada. The Bank of Guyana cited concerns about concentration and competition in denying Scotiabank permission, The Globe and Mail reported https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/article-scotiabanks-deal-to-pull-out-of-9-caribbean-south-american-countries earlier.
Bank of Nova Scotia's efforts to pull out of nine Caribbean and South American countries hit another block this week as a proposed deal to sell its operations in Guyana was turned down by the central bank, The Globe and Mail reported. The Bank of Guyana cited concerns about concentration and competition in denying Scotiabank permission to sell the business to Republic Financial Holdings Ltd, the Trinidad and Tobago-based parent company of Republic Bank, according https://tgam.ca/2ndTmvyto the report. Canada's third-biggest lender said last November that it planned to exit nine countries in the Caribbean, including Antigua and Grenada, by selling its operations to Republic Financial Holdings.
Bank of America analysts turned bullish on Canadian -based Bank of Nova Scotia (NYSE: BNS ) after investor meetings with CEO Brian Porter and SVP Investor Relations Phil Smith. The Analyst Bank of America ...
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Canada-based Bank of Nova Scotia (TSE:BNS) reported fiscal third-quarter results , which were lifted by better-than-expected retail performance, according to BMO. The Analyst BMO Capital Markets analyst ...