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Market Cap 58.18B P/E 9.45 EPS this Y -1.70% Ern Qtrly Grth -2.60%
Income 7.36B Forward P/E 8.49 EPS next Y 7.00% 50D Avg Chg -2.00%
Sales 29.54B PEG 3.61 EPS past 5Y 1.24% 200D Avg Chg -3.00%
Dividend 8.00% Price/Book 0.76 EPS next 5Y 3.79% 52W High Chg -24.00%
Recommedations 3.20 Quick Ratio - Shares Outstanding 1.23B 52W Low Chg 7.00%
Insider Own 0.03% ROA 0.57% Shares Float 1.21B Beta 0.97
Inst Own 52.82% ROE 9.91% Shares Shorted/Prior 21.77M/24.44M Price 48.50
Gross Margin - Profit Margin 26.43% Avg. Volume 1,309,998 Target Price 47.60
Oper. Margin 35.82% Earnings Date Aug 27 Volume 1,911,842 Change -1.64%
About Bank Nova Scotia Halifax Pfd 3

The Bank of Nova Scotia provides various banking products and services in Canada, the United States, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Colombia, the Caribbean and Central America, and internationally. It operates through Canadian Banking, International Banking, Global Wealth Management, and Global Banking and Markets segments. The company offers financial advice and solutions, and banking products, including debit and credit cards, chequing and saving accounts, investments, mortgages, loans, and insurance to individuals; and retail automotive financing solutions. It also provides business banking solutions comprising lending, deposit, cash management, and trade finance solutions to small, medium, and large businesses. In addition, it provides wealth management advice and solutions, including online brokerage, mobile investment, full-service brokerage, trust, private banking, and private investment counsel services; and retail mutual funds, exchange traded funds, liquid alternatives, and institutional funds. The Bank of Nova Scotia was founded in 1832 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

Bank Nova Scotia Halifax Pfd 3 News
08:00 AM Pamela Allen, Chief Executive Officer at MD Financial Management, awarded Catalyst Honours Champion for driving inclusion of Women and diverse people
06/18/24 Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce, Bank of Nova Scotia, Bank of Montreal Ratings Affirmed by Fitch
06/18/24 Scotia Global Asset Management announces June 2024 cash distributions for Scotia ETFs
06/17/24 Canadian Medical Association, MD Financial Management Inc. and Scotiabank announce recipients of Health Care Unburdened Grant program
06/15/24 2 Bank Stocks to Buy at a Discount
06/15/24 Bank of Nova Scotia (TSE:BNS) Is Due To Pay A Dividend Of CA$1.06
06/13/24 Scotia Global Asset Management announces proposed fund mergers, fee reduction and fund termination
06/13/24 Exploring Top TSX Dividend Stocks In June 2024
06/11/24 Scotiabank Comments on Canada Raising Taxes, Provides Alternative Proposal
06/10/24 Bank of Nova Scotia Stock (NYSE:BNS): International Potential Offset by Domestic Risks
06/10/24 Scotiabank Says Canada's Finance Minister to Introduce "Vague" Capital Gains Tax Hike Plan Monday; 1st of 2 Parts
06/10/24 2 High-Yield Stocks That Are Screaming Buys in June
06/06/24 Scotiabank and The 519 Announce Partnership to Assist LGBTQIA+ Newcomers, Refugees & Asylum Seekers in Canada
06/05/24 Scotiabank decreases prime lending rate
05/31/24 The Best Place to Retire in Canada on a Budget
05/31/24 Bank of Nova Scotia's (TSE:BNS) Dividend Will Be CA$1.06
05/30/24 Clara Gutsche wins the 14th annual Scotiabank Photography Award
05/30/24 Scotiabank's Group Head of International Banking Francisco Aristeguieta to Speak at the TD Financial Services & Fintech Summit
05/29/24 Scotiabank's Sloane Muldoon awarded Employment Equity Champion in Employment Equity Achievement Awards
05/29/24 Scotiabank on Finance Minister Freeland's Comments on A Bank of Canada Rate Cut; 2nd of 2 Parts
BNS Chatroom

User Image Atcl Posted - 5 hours ago

$BNS $BNS.TSX Going up to fill the gap at $69 CAD, before that 64.28, well, lets see- GLTA

User Image RedDildo Posted - 5 days ago

@Jack_of_all I hope you’re right. But the bulls have lost faith in this thing. If it can hover there for a few days and consolidate there may be hope for upward movement. I would play this with large capital for small gains from 1-5% with $50-$100k imo. Cash out. Rinse and repeat. If you look at the chart history, it’s like a yoyo. And they don’t even pay a dividend. Why waste your money here? There are much better tickers to be long on. $CM, $BNS, $ENB, $SU and many others that pay good dividends. Riocan is another (although down trending atm). Good Luck man. I want everyone making money on the way up and down. It’s just a game. It’s not bulls vs bears, it’s all of us against the machine.

User Image Quintessential1 Posted - 6 days ago

@George_V2 It wasn't Wall ST that put the 110% valuation on CWB it was National Bank. They are the ones paying. $BNS.TSX $BNS

User Image George_V2 Posted - 6 days ago

$BNS.TSX $BNS When Wall/Bay Street is making this filthy deals valuating stock 110 % above what they shorted day before we know how these people are dirty.

User Image George_V2 Posted - 1 week ago

$BNS.TSX $BNS National Bank of Canada agreed to buy Canadian Western Bank for about C$5 billion. The acquirer will pay the equivalent of C$52.24 a share for Canadian Western, a premium of 110% over the target’s closing price on Tuesday. Now we can see how Canadian Banks are shorted by Wall/Bay Street. 110 % above closing price !!!!!!! Pigs .

User Image George_V2 Posted - 1 week ago

$BNS.TSX $BNS Scotiabank decreases prime lending rate. TORONTO, June 5, 2024 /CNW/ - Scotiabank announced today that it is decreasing its Canadian dollar prime lending rate to % 6.95 from % 7.20, effective June 6, 2024. https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/scotiabank-decreases-prime-lending-rate-184600795.html

User Image lextrading Posted - 1 week ago

$ZEB $BNS $TD $CM $RY Shared this equal weight Canadian bank ETF back on January 2nd. 6 months later, still on track. That last bit of the fractal looks exciting.

User Image George_V2 Posted - 1 week ago

$BNS.TSX $BNS According to S. Wallstreet Bank of Nova Scotia is undervalue by 44.5 percent. Fair intrinsic value should be $116.53. Success rate 80 %. What is the Fair Price of BNS when looking at its future cash flows? For this estimate analysts use a Discounted Cash Flow model.

User Image FinJay Posted - 1 week ago

$BNS $BNS.TSX NEW analyst rating for $BNS today. $64 PT was given by Jefferies. The analyst has a 50% success rate. bit.ly/3ZHhWC8

User Image George_V2 Posted - 1 week ago

$BNS.TSX $BNS European Central Bank cuts interest rates for the first time since 2019 https://www.cnbc.com/2024/06/06/european-central-bank-heads-for-first-rate-cut-since-2019-live-updates.html

User Image George_V2 Posted - 1 week ago

$BNS.TSX $BNS Bank of Canada seen cutting interest rates three more times this year https://ca.yahoo.com/finance/news/bank-canada-seen-cutting-interest-161036860.html

User Image George_V2 Posted - 2 weeks ago

$BNS.TSX $BNS Bank of Canada cuts benchmark interest rate by 25bps to 4.75%

User Image Sevenele Posted - 2 weeks ago

$BNS Interest rate left unchanged in Canada? Moron rulers of Canada.

User Image George_V2 Posted - 05/31/24

$BNS.TSX $BNS Second quarter dividend of CA$1.06 announced Dividend of CA$1.06 is the same as last year. Ex-date: 3rd July 2024 Payment date: 29th July 2024 Dividend yield will be 6.6%, which is higher than the industry average of 5.0%. Sustainability & Growth Dividend is covered by earnings (70% payout ratio) and is expected to be covered in 3 years' time (61% forecast payout ratio). The dividend has increased by an average of 5.5% per year over the past 10 years and has been stable with no material reductions to payments, indicating a long track record of dividend growth and stability. EPS is expected to grow by 23% over the next 3 years, which should provide support to the dividend and adequate earnings cover.

User Image George_V2 Posted - 05/30/24

$BNS.TSX $BNS Two Canadian banks beats Wall Street expectation. Canadian banking business is solid. * Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce: The company reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, driven by robust performance in its capital markets business and U.S. commercial banking segment. * Royal Bank of Canada: The company reported a rise in second-quarter profit as the lender's personal and commercial banking unit benefited from higher interest income. RBC's personal and commercial banking unit's net income rose 7% to C$2.05 billion in the reported quarter, primarily driven by higher net interest income, or the difference between what a bank earns on loans and pays on deposits.

User Image George_V2 Posted - 05/29/24

$BNS.TSX $BNS Bank of Nova Scotia Dividend Rating: ★★★★★★ The best. Dividend Yield: 6.5% Bank of Nova Scotia confirmed a dividend of CA$1.06 per share, demonstrating its consistent shareholder returns. The bank's dividends have shown growth over the past decade, with a current yield placing it in the top quartile of Canadian dividend payers. Scotiabank is managing its capital efficiently, as evidenced by the redemption of CA$1.5 billion in debentures to optimize Tier 2 capital. Its dividends are well-covered by earnings with a payout ratio at 68.1%, indicating sustainability and reliability in returning value to shareholders.

User Image lolws Posted - 05/29/24

$BNS nothing about dividends? So they keep the same for 5 quarter in a row? I dont remember more then 4 except freeze of covid….

User Image George_V2 Posted - 05/28/24

$BNS $BNS.TSX The difference today between tech stocks and bank stocks are: Banks need to keep $ reserves and pay healthy dividends. Today, tech stock are based on AI bullshit and future infinite profits. The more of corporate bullshit, the higher valuation. Hyperloop, rockets to Mars, AI Chips implanted in your brain... I haven't seen AI vacuum cleaner yet, but we hear about AI robots fighting in infinite world conflicts.

User Image DEXWireNews Posted - 05/28/24

$BNS https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BNS/FCR8dWa2-BNS-Stock-Up-1-72-in-Pre-Market-Trading-on-Q2-Estimates-Beats/FCR8dWa2

User Image Tokenist Posted - 05/28/24

🚨 $BNS Q2 Quick Hits 📉: *EPS: $1.57, down 6.5% Y/Y despite beating forecasts. *Net Income: Slight drop to $2.092B. *ROE: Declines to 11.2%. 🌍 Sector Performance: *Banking: Strong with $1B earnings. *International Banking: $701M, despite higher credit losses. 📈 Revenue hits $8.347B, edges past expectations! CET1 ratio robust at 13.2%, ready for future uncertainties. 👀 Looking ahead: $BNS bullish with focus on digital expansion & wealth management. #StockMarket #Finance

User Image epsguid Posted - 05/28/24

$BNS reported earnings of $1.16, consensus was $1.14 via @eWhispers #epsbeat http://eps.sh/d/bns

User Image lecorb Posted - 05/28/24

$BNS Bank of Nova Scotia: Fiscal Q2 Earnings Snapshot 6:19 AM ET, 05/28/2024 - Associated Press TORONTO (AP) — TORONTO (AP) — Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) on Tuesday reported fiscal second-quarter net income of $1.52 billion.The bank, based in Toronto, said it had earnings of $1.16 per share.The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of five analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of $1.14 per share.The bank posted revenue of $13.9 billion in the period. Its revenue net of interest expense was $6.15 billion, which also topped Street forecasts. Three analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $6.1 billion.Bank of Nova Scotia shares have dropped roughly 2% since the beginning of the year. The stock has fallen slightly more than 2% in the last 12 months._____This story was generated by Automated Insights (http://automatedinsights.com/ap) using data from Zacks Investment Research. Access a Zacks stock report on BNS at https://www.zacks.com/ap/BNS

User Image FLOG Posted - 05/28/24

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User Image DonCorleone77 Posted - 05/28/24

$BNS Scotiabank reports Q2 adjusted EPS C$1.58 vs. C$1.69 last year Reports Q2 revenue C$8.35B vs. C$7.91B last year. "The Bank delivered solid results this quarter against a backdrop of ongoing macroeconomic uncertainty, reporting positive operating leverage driven by revenue growth and continued expense discipline. We are executing on our commitment to balanced growth as our deposit momentum continues, while maintaining strong capital and liquidity metrics," said Scott Thomson, President and CEO of Scotiabank. "I am proud to see Scotiabankers across our global footprint rallying behind our new strategy and coming together to drive our key strategic initiatives forward."

User Image TheDizPlinTrader Posted - 05/27/24

$BNS Daily Analysis: 1-Hour Support & Resistance Zones 🚀 Current Price: $47.65 🔹 Support Levels: Immediate support at $46.50 Stronger support at $45.00 🔸 Resistance Levels: Immediate resistance at $48.50 Longer-term resistance at $50.00 Earnings Report Impact: If earnings are better than expected, the stock could potentially reach $51.00. If earnings are worse than expected, the stock could drop to $44.00. 📊 Watch these key levels for potential trading opportunities! Stay disciplined! ⚔️ 🔍 Want more insights? Visit my profile for a link to my website!

User Image George_V2 Posted - 05/22/24

$BNS.TSX $BNS This Canadian crap is totally manipulated. On volume 5 000 000 ml shares moves up 0.1 % but on 300 000 drops down by %1.0

User Image Aigner_Andreas Posted - 1 month ago

TD SELL $BNS at 48.52, Supp 45.90 Resis 48.52 R6 HiLo 80% T1Y 63 buy 2.5 DIV 6.33% #Bank of No #stocks #trading #finance #market

User Image George_V2 Posted - 1 month ago

$BNS.TSX $BNS It looks like this Canadian crap exists only to steal money from investors, short, steal its stocks and put them on some AI porn or Ponzi bitcoin ETF by BlackRock and the rest of cojones.

User Image jeal168 Posted - 1 month ago

$BNS I don't have good experience with their customer service. I can't recommend this.

User Image Markster12 Posted - 1 month ago

$BNS This stock has a VERY distinct trend line over the last almost 30 yrs. Sometimes the price action overshoots it and sometimes it undershoots it but it always finds its way back to that trend line. At this point, the stock price is significantly below the trend line which presents a tremendous opportunity for investors with even a moderate time timeline.

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