By Dividend Growth Investor : Last week, I added to my holdings of the largest Canadian Banks. I initiated a position in those five banks in early 2013 , and then added some more in late 2013 . If prices make sense, and I have money to invest, I will likely make another investment sometime in 2015.
of Canada's five major lenders. Much of the C$3B in excess capital comes about due to the sale of Scotiabank's (NYSE: BNS ) stake in money-management firm CI Financial, and Young figures it will continue to grow by C$300M-C$600M quarterly
Oct 14 (Reuters) - Litigation alleging that Deutsche Bank AG , Bank of Nova Scotia and HSBC Plc illegally fixed the price of silver has been centralized in Manhattan federal court.
Bank (NYSE: RY ), Scotiabank (NYSE: BNS ), BMO (NYSE: BMO ), and CIBC (NYSE ..... survived fairly well. The dividend in BNS was frozen, but not cut. These banks have ..... Finance. In my portfolio I hold TD, RY and BNS . Scotiabank has corrected most of all from
Franco-Nevada (NYSE: FNV ), a $1B bridge facility provided by the Bank of America (NYSE: BAC ) and Scotiabank (NYSE: BNS ) which will only be utilized in case the company is unable to raise other debt. Additionally, the company has engaged a consortium
An outlier to the downside among Canadian lenders is Scotiabank ( BNS -1.6% ) as TD Securities pulls its Buy rating , the stock in the last two months giving up all and more of its gains this year
also in discussions to sell its 17% stake in the Tahiti project which is located in the Gulf of Mexico. It has hired the Bank of Nova Scotia to assist the company in its quest to find a buyer of its stake, which is estimated to bring in $1.5-2B. The Tahiti
stake in the Gulf of Mexico's Tahiti oil field, which could fetch $1.5B-$2B in a deal, Reuters reports. Bank of Nova Scotia is said to be working on the sale on behalf of TOT's U.S. oil and gas E&P unit. Post your comment!
much as $840M from the sale of oil and gas projects in Alberta, according to a Bloomberg report. APA is working with Bank of Nova Scotia to sell the assets in the Provost region, which produce nearly 10K boe/year and have an annualized net operating income
Canadian banks include Royal Bank of Canada (NYSE: RY ), Toronto-Dominion Bank (NYSE: TD ), The Bank of Nova Scotia (NYSE: BNS ), Bank of Montreal (NYSE: BMO ) and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (NYSE: CM ). The second or