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Northeast Bancorp (NBN) Releases Earnings Results, Beats Estimates By $0.05 EPS

Hedge funds have recently added to or reduced their stakes in the stock. The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company purchased a new stake in shares of Northeast Bancorp during the second quarter worth approximately $149,000. California State Teachers Retirement System purchased a new stake in shares of Northeast Bancorp during the second quarter worth approximately $263,000. Finally, State Street Corp increased its stake in shares of Northeast Bancorp by 742.2% during the second quarter. State Street Corp now owns 84,843 shares of the financial services provider’s stock worth $1,727,000 after buying an additional 74,769 shares during the period. Hedge funds and other institutional investors own 54.95% of the company’s stock.

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M&T Bank Corporation (MTB) vs. Webster Financial Corporation (WBS): Is One a Better Investment Than the Other?

M&T Bank Corporation (NYSE:MTB) and Webster Financial Corporation (NYSE:WBS) are both Financial companies that recently hit new highs. Naturally, this has created a bit of a stir amongst investors. We will compare the two companies across various metrics including growth, profitability, risk, return, dividends, and valuation to determine if one is a better choice than the other.

M&T Bank Corporation (NYSE:MTB) operates in the Regional – Northeast Banks segment of the Financial sector. The company has grown sales at a 6.90% annual rate over the past five years, putting it in the medium growth category. In terms of efficiency, MTB has an asset turnover ratio of 0.05. This figure represents the amount of revenue a company generates per dollar of assets. MTB’s financial leverage ratio is 6.42, which indicates that the company’s asset base is primarily funded by debt.

M&T Bank Corporation (MTB) pays out an annual dividend of 3.00 per share. At the current valuation, this equates to a dividend yield of 1.82%. The company has a payout ratio of 33.90%. MTB’s current dividend therefore should be sustainable. Stock’s free cash flow yield, which represents the amount of cash available to investors before dividends, expressed as a percentage of the stock price, is 0. All else equal, companies with higher FCF yields are viewed as cheaper. Company trades at a P/E ratio of 19.31, and is more expensive than the average stock in the Regional – Northeast Banks industry. The average investment recommendation for MTB, taken from a group of Wall Street Analysts, is 3.00, or a hold.

How good/bad is Citizens Bank (northeast)?

I'm with Navy Federal Credit Union, but I'll have to switch soon because I'll be out of college and I'm not in the military. How good/bad is Citizens Bank? Are there account maintenance fees? How is customer service? How convenient is it?


Answers to all theses questions depend on where you live in relationship to the bank.. the closer you are.. the more convenient... Without knowing your banking habits, anything after that is a guess at best...