Flushing Financial Corp (FFIC)

28.43
NASDAQ : Financial
Prev Close 28.43
Day Low/High 0.00 / 0.00
52 Wk Low/High 18.95 / 31.96
Avg Volume 56.30K
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 28.63M
Market Cap 817.47M
EPS 2.20
P/E Ratio 13.22
Div & Yield 0.68 (2.40%)

Latest News

Flushing Financial Reaches Analyst Target Price

Flushing Financial Reaches Analyst Target Price

In recent trading, shares of Flushing Financial Corp. have crossed above the average analyst 12-month target price of $23.75, changing hands for $24.12/share.

Flushing Financial is Oversold

Flushing Financial is Oversold

The DividendRank formula at Dividend Channel ranks a coverage universe of thousands of dividend stocks, according to a proprietary formula designed to identify those stocks that combine two important characteristics — strong fundamentals and a valuation that looks inexpensive. Flushing Financial Corp.

Flushing Financial Corporation Reports Third Quarter GAAP Diluted EPS Of $0.37 And Core Diluted EPS Of $0.39

Flushing Financial Corporation Reports Third Quarter GAAP Diluted EPS Of $0.37 And Core Diluted EPS Of $0.39

Reports 3.9% Annualized Loan Growth While Credit Quality Remains Strong

Ex-Div Reminder for Flushing Financial (FFIC)

Ex-Div Reminder for Flushing Financial (FFIC)

Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel, on 9/7/16, Flushing Financial Corp. will trade ex-dividend, for its quarterly dividend of $0.17, payable on 9/30/16.

FFIC Crosses Above Average Analyst Target

FFIC Crosses Above Average Analyst Target

In recent trading, shares of Flushing Financial Corp. have crossed above the average analyst 12-month target price of $23.50, changing hands for $23.58/share.

Flushing Financial Named Top Dividend Stock With Insider Buying and 3.06% Yield (FFIC)

Flushing Financial Named Top Dividend Stock With Insider Buying and 3.06% Yield (FFIC)

In this series, we look through the most recent Dividend Channel ''DividendRank'' report, and then we cherry pick only those companies that have experienced insider buying within the past six months. The officers and directors of a company tend to have a unique insider's view of the business, and presumably the only reason an insider would choose to take their hard-earned cash and use it to buy stock in the open market, is that they expect to make money — maybe they find the stock very undervalued, or maybe they see exciting progress within the company, or maybe both.