A second Canadian bank has taken the rare step of pre-announcing new provisions for losses due to low energy prices.
National Bank of Canada disclosed Thursday that it expects to record specific provisions of $17 million and sectoral provisions for credit losses of $250 million on its energy portfolio in the second quarter.
Full quarterly results won’t be announced until June 1.
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