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Bank of Nova Scotia T.BNS

Sector: Financial Services | Sub-Sector: Banks - Global
Alternate Symbol(s):  BNS | T.BNS.PR.J | T.BNS.PR.L | T.BNS.PR.M | T.BNS.PR.N | T.BNS.PR.O | T.BNS.PR.P | T.BNS.PR.Q | T.BNS.PR.R | T.BNS.PR.Y | T.BNS.PR.Z | BKSHF

Bank of Nova Scotia is a diversified financial services institution that provides financial products and services to retail, commercial and corporate customers around the world.
Price: $65.17 | Change: $-0.61 | %Change: -0.93%
Volume: 3.1m | Day High/Low: 65.65/64.71 | 52 Week High/Low: 74.93/60.75
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BMO Comment

BNS shares remain Outperform rated. Our target price is unchanged at $71 representing 12.6x our 2015E EPS. We like the long-term growth prospects from the bank’s footprint outside of Canada more
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Repugnant US hedge funds ...

... seem h*ll-bent on shorting quality Canadian financial institutions like BNS.  rate and reply
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Analysis of the Earnings

From a US perspective. GLTA  rate and reply
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RE:Keep shorting Canadian Banks

No they won't. 1. Dividend increases coming from at least two banks. 2. Weak CAD vs. USD is great for TD's US Retail segment. 3. Carribean markets for BNS are relatively small it doesn't more
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Keep shorting Canadian Banks

Banks will plunge  rate and reply
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Bankks need some love  rate and reply
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Div. Increase  rate and reply
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RE:Trouble in Paradise: Caribbean Exposure

Good article on banking in the Caribbean. Dibah 42. Having to operate in many small jurisdictions would be more costly. The one pie chart shows Scotia`s revenue from the Caribbean as less than more
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Trouble in Paradise: Caribbean Exposure

Trouble in Paradise: Inside Canadian banks’ billion-dollar Caribbean struggle Tim Kiladze Globe and Mail Update (Includes Correction) Published Thursday, Feb. 26 2015, more
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RE:RE:RE:Barclay's Comment

Long term CWB would be a good hold but currently not sure how the O&G sector will effect their earnings as they are Western based. So far all the bank earnings has exceeded my expectation except more
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RE:RE:Barclay's Comment

I am guessing that we will see a modest dividend increase this quarter but it is only a guess. Love the compounding effects of reinvested, steadily increasing dividends from excellent companies more
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RE:Barclay's Comment

Let's hope their earnings will be better than BMO?  RBC,CIBC,NA and TD did well. Hope to see BNS increase their divys just like RBC,TD and even CIBC.....CIBC had already increased their dividends $ more
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BAnks are going to crash this is a false spike extreme  rate and reply
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Analyst Comment

Last night from Michael Sprung. GLTA Bank of Nova Scotia 2015-02-25 COMMENT Must be logged in to use chart BNS-T We have seen a mix of earnings coming out from the banks. On this one, more
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Barclay's Comment

He thinks that we may see a dividend increase. GLTA  rate and reply
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Enterprise Value

Don't understand BNS's negative enterprise value. Thoughts?  rate and reply
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Top Pick

2015-02-18 TOP PICK David Cockfield Banks have had a real downturn, and from what he can understand it is because of guys in New York that are Shorting Canadian banks. If you are concerned more
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RRSP what a joke anyone who puts money in that trash

Look what A.H. said the lazy Bankers try to get your money how twisting the truth these were cut down as per A.H. the hard working Germans were robbed as the lazy bankers twisted the truth. BUY more
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Technical Analysis 2

2015-02-13 COMMENT Jon Vialoux He likes Canadian banks here. They have 2 periods of seasonal strength. One is from mid-January all the way through to April and the other one is more towards more
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Technical Analysis

Bank of Nova Scotia forms bullish "Double Bottom" chart pattern Feb 06, 2015 Recognia has detected a "Double Bottom" chart pattern formed on Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS:TSX). This bullish more