TORONTO, Aug 28- Bank of Nova Scotia, which reported a quarterly profit that beat market expectations on Friday, said bad loans in the energy sector climbed as the oil price selloff took a toll. Shares of Scotiabank, Canada's third-largest bank, were down nearly 1 percent in mid-afternoon trading. "It seems to me that it's going to be a tough year ahead for Bank of Nova...» Read More
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