Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS)
$38.60 0.24 (0.62%)
19:00 EDT BNS Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $38.60
Market Cap 47.58B
PE Ratio 5.63
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.53M
Day's Range 37.99 - 39.11
52-Week Range 31.94 - 58.22
Dividend & Yield 2.54 (6.57%)
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Canadian stocks are down by nearly 20% from their late summer highs. But after the fall, many Canadian financials sport attractive dividend yields.
Financial stocks declined 0.9% on Wall Street on Friday morning.
Financial stocks rose 0.5% on Wall Street today.
Without accelerating growth or rising interest rates, we think the odds are stacked against the financial sector this earnings season because of low oil prices.
Known as Scotiabank, Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) is a venerable Toronto-based financial institution and one of the world’s best-run banks. With a solid balance sheet and stellar growth prospects, BNS is poised to thrive in 2015.
Financial stocks finished down broadly on Wall Street on Monday, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.8%.
Canadian bank stocks have a reputation for high, stable dividends. Here are three of the best to consider for your income portfolio.
Financial stocks advanced 0.9% on Wall Street on Friday morning.
Financial stocks finished down on Wall Street on Wednesday, down 0.2%.
Financial stocks rose 1.2% on Wall Street on Friday morning.
Financial stocks finished down on Wall Street on Wednesday, down 1.2%.
Dividend stocks as a whole declined in Q3, but plenty of companies increased their payouts -- including these 30 blue-chip dividend stocks.
The final week of summer was somewhat quiet in the markets, but still there were 8 companies increasing dividends before Labor Day, including Scotiabank, Harris Corp. and Westlake Chemical.
Financial stocks rose broadly on Wall Street on Tuesday morning, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 0.2%.
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