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We added 1 stock to our Financial Stock Watchlist today because they are receiving Bullish Sentiment from investors and financial bloggers.
In addition, they are generating positive media buzz and/or have insider trading signals which came to our attention. This list below is subject to change on a daily basis, so please be sure you subscribe to our email newsletter.
Valley National Bancorp, VLY
Summary: Valley National Bancorp, a holding company for Valley National Bank, offers various commercial, retail, insurance and wealth management financial services products. Valley National conducts operations through offices across the United States. Valley National reports business through the segments - Consumer Lending comprises loans for residential mortgage, automobile, home equity, secured personal lines of credit and other consumer loans. Commercial Lending comprises floating rate and adjustable rate commercial and industrial loans and construction loans as well as fixed-rate owner occupied and commercial real estate loans. The Investment Management segment is into various types of securities and interest-bearing deposits with other banks. Corporate and Other Adjustments represent income and expense items not directly attributable to a specific segment.
- Last Price: $9.30
- Price Change: -$0.35, -3.63%
- Yearly Gain: -23.71%
- Market Cap: $4.90B
- P/E Ratio: 8.487
Here are 3rd party ratings for VLY:
- TipRanks.com: Moderate Buy
- TradingView.com: Sell
- Yahoo! Finance: Bullish Short-Term Outlook
- Barchart.com: Strong sell
- Zacks.com: Sell, Bottom 14% (213 out of 249)
- News Sentiment: Very Bullish
- Blogger Consensus: Bullish
- Media Buzz: Medium
- Insider Signal: Positive
- Investor Sentiment: Very Positive
- Hedge Fund signal: Neutral
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