First Bank stock price, FRBA

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First Bank close price: 12.55

Stock price forecast:

UP TO +4.62%
Target: 13.13

Total forecasts: 81
Reached: 55 (67.90%)

Total Win: 23.10 (179.17%)

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Date of ForecastStock PriceTarget PriceForecast Reached Date
2017-05-2912.5513.130000-00-00
2017-05-2812.5513.490000-00-00
2017-05-2712.5513.510000-00-00
2017-05-2612.5513.530000-00-00
2017-05-2512.5513.630000-00-00
2017-05-2412.5513.570000-00-00
2017-05-2312.5513.550000-00-00
2017-05-2212.5513.630000-00-00
2017-05-2112.5513.60000-00-00
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First Bank latest news:


  • 05/11/2017 09:57:28

    Wells Fargo management unveils $2 billion in new cost cuts

    Wells Fargo & Co(WFC) management unveiled $2 billion in new cost cuts ahead of presentations at the bank's investor day on Thursday as the scandal-hit lender hopes to appeal to skeptical investors on the heels of disappointing first-quarter earnings. The third-largest U.S. bank said the savings will be reflected in 2019 earnings and come on top of a previously announced $2 billion target for 2018.

  • 05/08/2017 12:00:27

    Business demand for bank loans was weaker in the first quarter, Fed survey finds

    WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Demand for bank loans from commercial and industrial firms was weaker in the first quarter, the Federal Reserve said Monday in its senior loan officer survey. That came in a quarter when standards for loans were basically unchanged. The officers said that they continued to tighten standards for commercial real estate, a process that economists said started in late 2015. Many officers cited regulatory reasons for tightening commercial real estate standards. There was also weaker demand for auto loans and credit cards. The survey found a moderate tightening of standards for auto loans for the second straight quarter. But bank officers reported that they eased standards for credit-card loans.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 05/03/2017 23:33:00

    HSBC first quarter profits fall by a fifth

    HSBC's profits fell by 19% to $4.96bn (£3.85bn) in the first quarter but the bank said it was a good performance as it enjoyed a boost from increased economic activity.

  • 05/03/2017 22:20:00

    HSBC 1Q Pretax Profit Falls 19%

    HSBC Holdings reported a 19 percent fall in first quarter profit, as Europe's biggest bank battles to restore flagging revenues following its restructuring.

  • 05/03/2017 12:19:40

    Financial stocks hit session highs after Fed comments

    Shares of financial companies rose on Wednesday, rising to their highs of the session after the Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged but said that the weak read in first-quarter GDP was "likely to be transitory." The Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF rose 0.6%. It traded at 0.2% prior to the Fed's announcement. Among specific names, Bank of America Corp. rose 0.4% while Citigroup Inc. added 0.5%. Wells Fargo & Co. climbed 0.9%. Bank stocks are highly correlated to Federal Reserve activity, and tend to outperform in times of rising rates. Higher rates tends to boost bank net interest margins, which can lead to higher profitability.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 05/03/2017 12:00:10

    Fed leaves rates unchanged, calls 1st-quarter weakness 'transitory'

    WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - The Federal Reserve on Wednesday voted 9-0 to leave its benchmark interest rate at 0.75% to 1%, but the FOMC also indicated it's still on track for two more rate increases in 2017. The Fed said the sharp slowdown in first-quarter GDP resulting from a falloff in consumer spending is "likely to be transitory." The central bank also said "the fundamentals underpinning the continued growth of consumption remain solid."Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 04/27/2017 01:22:42

    Deutsche Bank Q1 profits rise as legal costs dwindle

    Deutsche Bank says net profit more than doubled in the first three months of the year as the bank pressed ahead with cost-cutting and saw more customer money flowing into its asset management business

  • 04/18/2017 15:26:46

    Goldman Sachs licks wounds in equities trading as peers grab share

    - Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS) on Tuesday became the first Wall Street bank this earnings season to report lower equities trading revenue, signaling it was unlikely to reclaim the top market share ranking from Morgan Stanley (MS) any time soon.

  • 04/18/2017 09:05:51

    UPDATE 1-Bank of America's wealth revenue surges on assets under management, fees

    NEW YORK, April 18 (Reuters) - Bank of America's wealth business reported revenue climbed 3 percent to $4.6 billion in the first quarter this year from last year on higher client assets under management and fees, Bank of America Chief Financial Officer Paul Donofrio said Tuesday.

  • 04/18/2017 07:03:21

    UPDATED: Goldman's stock set to cut nearly 50 points from the Dow

    Shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. on Tuesday looked set to erase more than 40 points from the Dow Jones Industrial Average at the start of trade, after the giant investment bank's first-quarter results fell short of Wall Street estimates. In premarket trade Goldman's stock , a contributor to the Dow, was off about 3%, or $6.91, from its Monday close of $226.26, which would translate into a 47-point drop for the price-weighted blue-chip benchmark. A point drop of that magnitude for Goldman also would put it on track to log its worst daily decline since March 21, when shares of the bank run by CEO Lloyd Blankfein lost $8.56 or 3.5%, according to FactSet data. Goldman reported a profit of $2.26 billion, or $5.15 a share, which compares with $2.68 a share for the same period a year ago, when Goldman posted its worst first quarter in 12 years as trading slumped. Futures for the Dow were off 60 points, or 0.3%, at 20,509, while those for the S&P 500 were down 5 points, or 0.2%, at 2,339. Futures for the Nasdaq-100 were down 9.50 points, or 0.2%, at 5,385. Meanwhile, shares of Dow component UnitedHealth Group Inc. were adding about 26 points to the equity gauge, helping to offset some of Goldman's decline. United also reported quarterly results, with profits up as the company exited many of the Affordable Care Act's exchanges. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 04/18/2017 06:31:23

    UPDATED: Goldman's stock set to cut more than 40 points from the Dow

    Shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. on Tuesday looked set to erase more than 40 points from the Dow Jones Industrial Average at the start of trade, after the giant investment bank's first-quarter results fell short of Wall Street estimates. In premarket trade Goldman's stock , a contributor to the Dow, was off about 2.6%, or $5.86, from its Monday close of $226.26, which would translate into a 40-point drop for the price-weighted blue-chip benchmark. A point drop of that magnitude for Goldman also would put it on track to log its worst daily decline since March 21, when shares of the bank run by CEO Lloyd Blankfein lost $8.56 or 3.5%, according to FactSet data. Goldman reported a profit of $2.26 billion, or $5.15 a share, which compares with $2.68 a share for the same period a year ago, when Goldman posted its worst first quarter in 12 years as trading slumped. Futures for the Dow were off 60 points, or 0.3%, at 20,509, while those for the S&P 500 were down 5 points, or 0.2%, at 2,339. Futures for the Nasdaq-100 were down 9.50 points, or 0.2%, at 5,385. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 04/18/2017 06:13:47

    Goldman's stock set to cut more than 50 points from the Dow

    Shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. on Tuesday looked set to erase more than 50 points from the Dow Jones Industrial Average at the start of trade, after the giant investment bank's first-quarter results fell short of Wall Street estimates. In premarket trade Goldman's stock , a contributor to the Dow, was off about 3.4%, or $7.51, from its Monday close of $226.26, which would translate into a 52-point drop for the price-weighted blue-chip benchmark. A point drop of that magnitude for Goldman also would put it on track to log its worst daily decline since March 21, when shares of the bank run by CEO Lloyd Blankfein lost $8.56 or 3.5%, according to FactSet data. Goldman reported a profit of $2.26 billion, or $5.15 a share, which compares with $2.68 a share for the same period a year ago, when Goldman posted its worst first quarter in 12 years as trading slumped. Futures for the Dow were off 60 points, or 0.3%, at 20,509, while those for the S&P 500 were down 5 points, or 0.2%, at 2,339. Futures for the Nasdaq-100 were down 9.50 points, or 0.2%, at 5,385. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 04/14/2017 09:56:33

    Direct Lending Helps Grow PNC’s Auto Outstandings 10%

    PNC Financial Services Group Inc.’s auto outstandings were up 10% to $12.3 billion, from $11.1 billion during the same quarter a year prior, the bank reported in its first quarter earnings report. The Pittsburgh-based bank attributed some of the growth to its direct-lending product called Check Ready, during the company’s earnings callRead More

  • 04/13/2017 14:56:36

    Wells Fargo shows some stability, resumes promoting accounts

    Wells Fargo's sales practices scandal isn't going away anytime soon, with first-quarter profit essentially flat as the bank struggled to win customers

  • 04/13/2017 10:31:52

    Wells Fargo Posts Double-Digit Auto Origination Decline

    Wells Fargo Dealer Services first quarter consumer auto originations declined 29% year over year, as the company tightened its underwriting standards, according to its earnings report released this morning. The bank originated $5.5 billion in consumer auto loans in the quarter, compared to $7.7 billion during the same period a year ago.Read More

  • 04/13/2017 09:15:53

    Wall Street flat as investors assess earnings, Trump comments

    (Reuters) - U.S. stocks were little changed on Thursday as investors assessed the first rush of bank earnings and President Donald Trump's remarks on the dollar's strength and interest rates.

  • 04/11/2017 08:27:40

    Bank of America Competes With Chase Auto For Online Direct Space

    Bank of America recognizes that it’s not the first to offer a direct auto lending portal for consumers via an app and website — the bank launched a new pilot program last week — but David Doyle, the company’s consumer bank product and pricing executive, said the lack of a third partyRead More

  • 04/06/2017 00:27:53

    Co-op Group reports loss on bank stake

    The retailer posts its first annual loss since 2013 as it writes off its Co-operative Bank stake.

  • 03/03/2017 10:37:31

    Chase Ties Ally as Top Bank Auto Lender

    Among bank auto lenders, Chase Auto Finance has tied Ally Financial as the top lender in the space for the first time since Ally became a bank holding company in 2008, according to full year earnings reports from the companies, compiled by Nasdaq. Both banks virtually tied for total originationsRead More

  • 03/01/2017 11:02:24

    Dow tops 21,000 on Trump speech, rate hike talk

    (Reuters) - The Dow crossed the 21,000 mark for the first time ever on Wednesday, as President Donald Trump's measured tone in his first speech to Congress lifted investor optimism and bank stocks surged on hopes of an interest rate hike this month.

  • 03/01/2017 09:31:12

    Wall Street hits new highs as banks soar on rate hike hopes

    (Reuters) - U.S. stocks hit record intraday highs on Wednesday, with the Dow breaching the 21,000 mark for the first time ever, as bank stocks surged on higher chances of an interest rate hike this month, while a more measured tone in President Donald Trump's speech reassured investors.

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