Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS)

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New Friday on INK Ultra Money: The sun is shining on Canadian Financials

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1. The sun is shining on CIBC and Canadian Financials  - INK Research (Subscriber content)

It is rare to see insider buying at a big Canadian bank, never mind seeing that buying when the stock is rallying. However, that is what INK Research has spotted at CIBC (CM). That is a development that could foreshadow relatively sunnier days ahead for Canadian stocks.

CIBC joins BMO and BNS with a mostly sunny outlook

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