RF Corp Down By 2.83% October 13
One of the big losers was the Regions Financial Corporation (RF). The stock of the company fell at 2.83% to $9.95 on volume of 17.09 million shares, on Thursday, 13 October,
The company opened its stock the day at 10.10 and dealt between a low of $9.78 and a high of $10.12. It ended the day down to $0.29 per share. RF has an average volume of 18.35 million daily and a 1.26 billion shares of a total float. The SMA of 50 days for RF is $9.71 and SMA of 200 days is $8.81. Over the last 52 weeks the high is $10.47 and the low is $7.00.
Traditional commercial, retail, mortgage banking services, other financial services in the fields of asset management, wealth management, securities brokerage, insurance, trust services and other specialty financing are the services offered by Regions Financial Corp.
RF is concentrated in Birmingham, AL, and has 23,916 employees. The trading day today leaves the firm with a market cap of $12.49 billion. It has a P/S ratio of n/a, P/B ratio of 0.75, and a 15.9.
Regions Financial Corporation is centered in Birmingham, AL, and has 23,916 employees. Today's trading day leaves the company with a market cap of $12.49 billion. The company has a P/S ratio of n/a, P/B ratio of 0.75, and a 15.9.
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