|Bid||57.56 x 0|
|Ask||57.56 x 0|
|Day's Range||56.83 - 58.43|
|52 Week Range||55.20 - 74.41|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.94|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||9.96|
|Earnings Date||Feb 26, 2024 - Mar 01, 2024|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||4.24 (7.36%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jan 02, 2024|
|1y Target Est||66.61|
A swift rise in interest rates has been a notable headwind, pushing down share prices across the sector. Two stocks that are getting beaten down but that are still worth a very close look are Toronto-Dominion Bank (NYSE: TD), or TD Bank, and Bank of Nova Scotia (NYSE: BNS), or Scotiabank. Canada, the country from which TD Bank and Scotiabank both hail, has a highly regulated bank sector.
Bank of Nova Scotia just reported fiscal 2023 results. Is the stock's dip a buy or is more downside on the way? The post Bank of Nova Scotia Stock: Buy, Sell, or Hold? appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada.
Bank of Nova Scotia has asked an advocacy group to end a campaign demanding the Canadian lender divest from Israel-based weapons manufacturer Elbit Systems, accusing the campaign of spreading misinformation and saying protesters endangered staff and customers safety, according to an e-mail seen by Reuters.Scotiabank's 1832 Asset Management mutual fund is the third-biggest shareholder in Elbit with about a 5.04% stake in the $9.4 billion company, according to LSEG data. Scotia's exposure to the weapons maker has triggered a number of protests at the bank's branches in recent weeks. It also disrupted Canada's prestigious Giller Prize Gala on Nov. 14, a literary award sponsored by Scotiabank.