HomeTrust Bancshares Inc. (HTBI) hits new 52-week high in March 19 session
Actions of HomeTrust Bancshares Inc. (HTBI) yesterday hit a new 52 week high, hitting a high of $ 25.94. The shares closed at $ 25.82 after opening at $ 24.30 for a 5.86% move. The company now has a market capitalization of $ 430.85 million.
Investors and traders can learn a lot about the dynamics of a stock when it hits a new 52 week high. For example, bullish investors see a company reaching its highest price in a year as a sign of momentum and may interpret it as a signal to buy. On the flip side, bearish investors might see a new 52-week high as the signal for the end of a strong run, with the stock perhaps peaking before a period of looming decline.
For HomeTrust Bancshares Inc., the new 52 week high reached a volume of 207,083. The stock has a free float of 16.69 million shares and an average daily volume of $ n / a. It has a 50-day SMA of $ n / a and a 200-day SMA of $ n / a.
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HomeTrust Bancshares Inc operates as a bank holding company, providing deposit accounts for individuals, businesses and non-profit organizations for HomeTrust Bank. It is a question of attracting deposits, in particular on the money market of the savings, the accounts at sight and the certificates of deposit of the general public. The company’s loan portfolio includes retail consumer loans, such as residential mortgage loans from one to four families, home equity lines of credit, construction and land / land, indirect auto finance and consumer loans; and commercial loans, including commercial real estate loans, construction and development loans, and commercial and industrial loans.
HomeTrust Bancshares Inc. is headquartered in Asheville, North Carolina and has approximately 590 employees. Its CEO is Dana L. Stonestreet.
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