BostonPrivate Fin (NASDAQ:BPFH) has been downgraded from Buy to Hold in a statement by Jefferies earlier today.
- Updated: November 28, 2016
Boasting a price of $15.55, BostonPrivate Fin (NASDAQ:BPFH) traded -2.89% lower on the day. With the last stock price close up 19.37% from the two hundred day average, compared with the S&P 500 Index which has decreased -0.03% over the date range. BostonPrivate Fin has recorded a 50-day average of $13.69 and a two hundred day average of $12.65. Volume of trade was down over the average, with 107,114 shares of BPFH changing hands under the typical 472,786
Jefferies has downgraded BostonPrivate Fin (NASDAQ:BPFH) from Buy to Hold in a statement released on Monday November 28, 2016.
With a total market value of $0, BostonPrivate Fin has price-earnings ratio of 19.36 with a one year low of $9.34 and a one year high of $15.90 .
Brief Synopsis About BostonPrivate Fin (NASDAQ:BPFH)
Boston Private Financial Holdings, Inc. is the bank holding company of Boston Private Bank & Trust Company (the Bank or Boston Private Bank). The Company offers a range of wealth management and private banking services to high net worth individuals, families, businesses and select institutions. The Company conducts its business through four segments: Private Banking, which is engaged in providing private banking services to high net worth individuals, privately owned businesses, private partnerships, and nonprofit organizations; Wealth Management and Trust, which provides wealth management solutions for high net worth individuals and families, including investment solutions and wealth planning; Investment Management, which includes investment managers that specialize in equity portfolios with products across the capitalization spectrum, and Wealth Advisory, which provides planning-based financial strategies to high net worth individuals and their families, and non-profit institutions.
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