|Bid||76.86 x 0|
|Ask||76.90 x 0|
|Day's Range||76.39 - 77.07|
|52 Week Range||73.31 - 85.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.33|
|Earnings Date||May 29, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.28 (4.29%)|
|1y Target Est||91.46|
From coast to coast to coast, hundreds of thousands of young people are talking about money today in classrooms and homes across Canada . TORONTO , April 18, 2018 /CNW/ - Teachers, parents and guardians from the Territories ( Northwest Territories , Nunavut and the Yukon ) are joining their counterparts in all provinces to talk about money and help young people get a head start in their financial education. The educational program, created by the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) and supported by Scotiabank, is celebrating its sixth anniversary.
The Canadian dollar extended its decline against the greenback on Wednesday after the country’s central bank governor reiterated the need for a cautious approach to interest-rate rises despite the improving outlook for the economy. The Bank of Canada held its benchmark interest rates steady at 1.25 per cent as widely expected earlier this morning but signalled in its accompanying statement that more rate hikes are possible amid a pick-up in inflation and expectations that the economy will rebound in the second quarter. “Given where the economy is, it is very likely that higher interest rates will be warranted over time,” he said in response to a reporter’s request to clarify his message on rate rises.
Scotiabank Girls HockeyFest comes to Toronto, inspiring young female hockey lovers to reach their infinite potential
MEDIA ADVISORY - GTA students to compete in Money Fair National Showcase in celebration of Talk With Our Kids About Money Day
The Ryerson Image Centre showcases three contemporary Indigenous artists at this year's Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
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Taiwan's Cathay Financial Holding Co (2882.TW) said on Wednesday two of its group firms have scrapped a plan to buy Bank of Nova Scotia's (BNS.TO) Malaysian unit as the deal could not closed before its deadline. Cathay Financial said last year that its subsidiaries, Cathay United Bank and Cathay Life, would buy the unit for $225 million in a move that would have enabled the financial holding company to widen its reach in Southeast Asia. Cathay Financial had said at the time the two sides had until April 30 to agree on deal terms.
Taiwan's Cathay Financial Holding Co said on Wednesday two of its group firms have scrapped a plan to buy Bank of Nova Scotia's Malaysian unit as the deal could not closed before its deadline. Cathay Financial said last year that its subsidiaries, Cathay United Bank and Cathay Life, would buy the unit for $225 million in a move that would have enabled the financial holding company to widen its reach in Southeast Asia. Cathay Financial had said at the time the two sides had until April 30 to agree on deal terms.
April 11 (Reuters) - Taiwan's Cathay Financial Holding Co Ltd: * SAYS ITS BANKING AND INSURANCE UNITS SCRAP PLAN TO BUY 100 PERCENT STAKE IN MALAYSIA'S THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA BERHAD * SAYS TRANSACTION ...
Scotiabank Commits $300,000 in Support of the Community of Humboldt and the province of Saskatchewan
Scotiabank CEO Addresses Shareholders and Promotes Employee Development in his address at the Scotiabank Annual Meeting of Shareholders
Canada's main stock index rose more than 1 percent on Thursday, led by a surge in energy stocks and rising confidence that NAFTA talks will result in a positive outcome. * At 11:22 a.m. ET , the Toronto ...
Canada's main stock index dropped on Monday, led by a slide in energy companies as crude oil prices tumbled and by declines in financial companies. * U.S. stocks were also under pressure from a renewed sell-off in technology stocks, amid renewed fears of a trade war after China raised tariffs by up to 25 percent on U.S. products, in response to U.S. duties on aluminum and steel imports. * As a results the energy sector sank 1.83 percent.
TORONTO, March 29, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - Global auto sales advanced 3% y/y in the first two months of 2018, accelerating from a 2.3% gain during all of 2017. The improvement is being led by double-digit gains in many emerging markets and reflects the strongest global economic growth since early 2014. "While the US is one of the few countries to report lower sales so far this year, we remain confident that purchases will pick up as 2018 progresses," said Carlos Gomes, Senior Economist and Auto Industry Specialist, Scotiabank.
Improving US Household and Business Fundamentals Point to Higher US Sales Ahead: Scotiabank Economics
The Ryerson Image Centre kicks off the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, April 27, 7:00-11:00 p.m.
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