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Bank of Nova Scotia Company Snapshot
Bank of Nova Scotia operates in the State commercial banks sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Bank of Nova Scotia with three other banks in North America: Capital One Financial Corporation of the United States (2015 sales of $25.07 billion of which 100% was Banking & Related Activities), State Street Corp of the United States ($10.76 billion of which 85% was Investment Servicing), and Bank Of New York Mellon Corp. which is also based in the United States ($15.51 billion of which 68% was Investment Services).

Sales Analysis. Bank of Nova Scotia reported sales of C$30.31 billion (US$22.74 billion) for the fiscal year ending October of 2015. This represents a decrease of 1.4% versus 2014, when the company's sales were C$30.75 billion.
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Bank of Nova Scotia
  Stock Performance Chart for Bank of Nova Scotia
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (10/21/2016): 71.25
(Figures in Canadian Dollars)
1 Week 1.5%   13 Weeks 1.1%  
4 Weeks 7.9%   52 Weeks 14.8%  
Bank of Nova Scotia Key Data:
  Ticker: BNS Country: Canada
  Exchanges: TOR Major Industry: Banks
    Sub Industry: State Commercial Banks
  2015 Sales 30,313,000,000
(Year Ending Jan 2016).
Employees: 89,214
  Currency: Canadian Dollars Market Cap: 85,833,378,750
  Fiscal Yr Ends: October Shares Outstanding: 1,204,679,000
  Share Type: Common Closely Held Shares: 307,498
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