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Scotiabank Views Oct 19
’ Global Week outlines what to expect from the Bank of Canada’s rate decision and a busy five days of central bank activity.
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Scotiabank Views Oct 19
The outlook for Canada has improved with a marked reduction in uncertainty thanks to and the construction of the Kitimat LNG terminal, says . Read more in the quarterly Global Outlook.
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Scotiabank Views Oct 19
“The global economy remains on solid footing but the escalation of trade tensions between China and the U.S. remains a dark cloud on the horizon” - Scotiabank Chief Economist Jean-Francois Perrault. Read more in the quarterly Global Outlook. .
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Scotiabank Views Oct 19
Newfoundland & Labrador’s FY18 public accounts show a wider than anticipated deficit and imply a still-challenging path to balance by FY23, says .
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Scotiabank Views Oct 18
The Bank of Korea keeps monetary policy on hold but leaves the door open for a November hike, says .
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Scotiabank Views Oct 17
The minutes from the US Fed’s September FOMC meeting put new emphasis on risks from US dollar strength. explains what this implies for interest rates.
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Scotiabank Views Oct 16
Canada’s economic outlook is buoyed by a trade deal and the Kitimat LNG project, but U.S.-China tensions raise downside risk. Read more in the quarterly Global Outlook, published today by .
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Scotiabank Views Oct 15
Downside risk from U.S.-China trade tensions cloud prospects for an otherwise robust economy. Read the quarterly Global Outlook, published today by .
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Scotiabank Views Oct 15
Bank of Canada Business Outlook Survey implies risk of overheating as BoC missed a chance to hike last month, says .
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Scotiabank Views Oct 15
US retail sales disappoint in September, but says the details are better than the headline numbers.
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Scotiabank Views Oct 15
Canada dominates ’ Global Week Ahead as the last key data points arrive before the October 24th interest rate decision by the Bank of Canada.
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ScotiabankGBM Oct 12
Regulatory changes are bringing new, alternative investment opportunities to the Canadian mutual fund industry. Download our guide to help mutual fund managers navigate the new liquid alternative fund market in Canada.
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Scotiabank Views Oct 15
Estamos muy orgullosos de haber sido reconocidos por Great Place to Work® como uno de los Mejores Lugares para Trabajar en el Mundo. Agradecemos a nuestros extraordinarios equipos por convertir a Scotiabank en la gran empresa que es.
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Scotiabank Views Oct 15
We are very proud to have been recognized by Great Place to Work as one of the World's Best Workplaces 2018. Thank you to our amazing teams for making Scotiabank the great place it is.
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Scotiabank Views Oct 11
This we celebrate coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer or as an ally with a Coming Out with PRIDE panel discussion hosted by .
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Scotiabank Views Oct 11
US inflation came in softer than expected in September in some sectors, but remained heavily skewed by the rising cost of shelter. looks at the details.
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Scotiabank Views Oct 10
forecasts Ontario’s economic growth will moderate to an average of about 2% through 2018–19 after annual advances averaging 2.7% during 2014–17, with business investment gains partly offsetting easing consumer spending.
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Scotiabank Views Oct 9
’ Global Week Ahead is focused on US data, Fed-speak, and electoral developments throughout the Americas during a relatively quiet week for Canada.
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Scotiabank Views Oct 9
US unemployment rate drops to 3.7%, its lowest since 1970—faster than most estimates of labour supply growth, which reinforces the case for more rate increases from the Fed, says .
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Scotiabank Views Oct 5
Cda’s trade balance swung to a surplus for slightly unhealthy reasons: drop in imports overtook drop in exports, says . Yet, the numbers aren’t as bad as the headline: 2 sectors accounted for most of the fall in exports, and for idiosyncratic reasons.
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