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Stock Market: First Republic Bank San Francisco (New) - Stock Fails - 01/14/22 - News

Friday, 01/14/2022 5:15 p.m. from ARIVA.DE | Views: 14 A candlestick chart comparison (icon image). pixabay.com S&P 500 stock trading permanently for 0 euros! Now on Smartbroker.de The shares of First Republic Bank San Francisco (New) are currently losing 4.07 percent. It has deteriorated by 8.17 US dollars compared to the last recorded price of the previous trading day. The paper is currently valued at 192.35 US dollars on the stock market. Compared to the S&P 500 (S&P 500), the security of the First Republic Bank San Francisco (New) lags behind. The S&P 500 is currently at 4,650 points. This corresponds to a minus of 0.31 percent. On November 16, 2021, the share certificate of First Republic Bank San Francisco (New) reached a price of 222.85 US dollars, its highest closing price in the past twelve months. The lowest closing price from this period was on January 29, 2021, when the security was worth just $143.60. First Republic Bank San Francisco (New) shares recorded their lowest price to date on June 4, 2012. At that time, the share cost 29.21 US dollars, ie 163.14 US dollars less than at present.

The company First Republic Bank San Francisco (New)

First Republic Bank is an American private bank. The Bank and its subsidiaries provide personal, corporate banking and wealth management services with trust, investment banking and stock trading services. The range includes products and services in the areas of real estate financing, business and personal loans, money deposits and wealth management. Continue reading

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