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American River Bankshares (NASDAQ:AMRB) has been downgraded to Sell in a report by Zacks Investment Research earlier today.

Yesterday American River Bankshares (NASDAQ:AMRB) traded -0.57% lower at $10.51. American River Bankshares’s 50-day average is $10.42 and its two hundred day average is $10.39. The last stock price is up 1.19% relative to the two hundred day average, compared with the Standard & Poor's 500 Index which has decreased -0.01% over the same time period. 9,323 shares of AMRB traded, up from an avg. volume of 4,836

Zacks Investment Research has downgraded American River Bankshares (NASDAQ:AMRB) to Sell in a report released on 9/22/2016.

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American River Bankshares (NASDAQ:AMRB)

American River Bankshares has price-earnings ratio of 13.41 with a 52 week low of $9.30 and a 52 week high of $11.19 and has a market cap of $0.

Brief Synopsis On American River Bankshares (NASDAQ:AMRB)

American River Bankshares is a bank holding company. The Company's banking subsidiary is American River Bank (the Bank). The Bank's primary business is serving the commercial banking needs of small to mid-sized businesses. The Bank accepts checking and savings deposits; offers money market deposit accounts and certificates of deposit; makes secured and unsecured commercial loans, secured real estate loans, and other installment and term loans, and offers other customary banking services. The Bank also conducts lease financing for various types of business equipment, from computer software to heavy earth-moving equipment. It serves various communities located in Sacramento, Placer, Yolo, El Dorado, Sonoma and Amador counties. It also serves Alameda, Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties through loan production offices located in the Cities of San Jose and San Ramon. Its loans include real estate construction loans; lease financing receivable; agriculture loans, and consumer loans.

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