November 29, 2016 - By Clifton Ray · 0 Comments
The stock of Centrue Financial Corporation (NASDAQ:CFCB) registered a decrease of 10.08% in short interest. CFCB’s total short interest was 11,600 shares in November as published by FINRA. Its down 10.08% from 12,900 shares, reported previously. With 300 shares average volume, it will take short sellers 39 days to cover their CFCB’s short positions. The short interest to Centrue Financial Corporation’s float is 0.33%. The stock closed at $19.25 during the last session. It is down 14.58% since April 26, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 9.32% the S&P500.
Centrue Financial Corporation is a bank holding company. The company has a market cap of $128.97 million. The Firm operates a subsidiary, Centrue Bank . It has a 2.96 P/E ratio. It provides various services, establishes Company-wide policies and procedures, and provides other resources as needed, including capital.
Centrue Financial Corporation, incorporated on October 4, 1992, is a bank holding company. The Firm operates a subsidiary, Centrue Bank (the Bank). The Firm has responsibility for the overall conduct, direction and performance of the Bank. The Firm provides various services, establishes Company-wide policies and procedures, and provides other resources as needed, including capital. The Firm provides a range of banking services to individual and corporate clients extending from western and southern suburbs of the Chicago metropolitan area across Central Illinois down to metropolitan St. Louis area.
More notable recent Centrue Financial Corp (NASDAQ:CFCB) news were published by: Marketwatch.com which released: “TrueCar Inc. NASDAQ: TRUE” on December 21, 2009, also Reuters.com with their article: “BRIEF-Centrue Financial Corporation announces Q3 results” published on April 30, 2013, Bizjournals.com published: “Centrue sells 3 branches” on January 28, 2016. More interesting news about Centrue Financial Corp (NASDAQ:CFCB) were released by: Stltoday.com and their article: “Taxpayers take $181M hit on First Banks bailout” published on September 18, 2013 as well as Stltoday.com‘s news article titled: “Former banker Shaun Hayes named in loan dispute” with publication date: March 01, 2013.
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By Clifton Ray