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Episode 19: Canadian banking sector: Considerations on Q3 earnings results

September 8, 2020

Meny Grauman, Managing Director, Financial Services, Global Equity Research at Scotiabank, analyzes the Canadian banking sector’s Q3 results.

 

 

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The banking sector in Canada surprised the street with better than expected Q3 earnings results. But with credit fears still looming, serious uncertainty remains. In this episode of Market Points, Meny Grauman, Managing Director, Financial Services, Global Equity Research at Scotiabank, analyzes the banking sector’s Q3 results and shares some key considerations for investors. 

 

Market Points is part of the Knowledge Capital Series, a collection of audio, video and written commentary from Scotiabank Global Banking and Markets' leaders and experts, designed to provide you with timely insights and analysis.

 

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Meny Grauman

Managing Director, Financial Services, Global Equity Research

meny.grauman@scotiabank.com

 

 

 

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