First Horizon National Corp. (Tennessee) (FHN)

15.77
0.18 1.15
NYSE : Finance
Prev Close 15.59
Open 15.84
Day Low/High 15.70 / 15.87
52 Wk Low/High 12.30 / 19.01
Volume 1.01M
Avg Volume 3.47M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 312.48M
Market Cap 4.76B
EPS 1.70
P/E Ratio 8.46
Div & Yield 0.56 (3.39%)
Analysts' Actions: CMI, DELL, FWLT

Analysts' Actions: CMI, DELL, FWLT

Here are today's top research calls.

The Holy Grail Scenario

Looking at the charts, we might being seeing growth with no inflation.

7 Bank Stock Earnings Picks From Deutsche Bank

7 Bank Stock Earnings Picks From Deutsche Bank

Heading into first-quarter earnings season, Deutsche Bank analyst Matt O'Connor on Friday raised his price targets for seven large bank holding companies.

Bank of America Among 4 Bank Downgrades by Evercore

Bank of America Among 4 Bank Downgrades by Evercore

Huntington gets an upgrade.

Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Market Rotation On (Final)

Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Market Rotation On (Final)

Cramer says the rotation is underway into certain sectors such as tech and apparel.

Bank of America Spinoff's a Winner: Morgan Stanley

Bank of America Spinoff's a Winner: Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley on Thursday upgraded its rating for First Republic Bank, while downgrading two other mid-cap regional banks.

Don't Forget the Regional Banks

Don't Forget the Regional Banks

First Horizon is an example of a smaller bank stock that is forming a positive setup.

Oversupply Hitting Banks

But buybacks will finally start giving you a degree of tightness entirely lacking for five years.

First Horizon Stock To Go Ex-dividend Tomorrow (FHN)

First Horizon Stock To Go Ex-dividend Tomorrow (FHN)

The ex-dividend date for First Horizon National (NYSE:FHN) is tomorrow, March 14, 2012. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of one cent per share. At a price of $10.06 as of 9:30 a.m., the dividend yield is 0.4%.

Beleaguered Banks Bounce Back

It's time to stop selling the banks and to start buying them.

Jim Cramer's Best Blogs

Jim Cramer's Best Blogs

Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking on the hottest topics of the past week.

Regional Banks Break Out

BBT and FHN are two great banks with good balance sheets, and are worth considering now.

Morgan Stanley: Facebook IPO Winner

Morgan Stanley: Facebook IPO Winner

Bank stocks rallied on Wednesday as positive economic data from U.S, Asia and Europe buoyed sentiment.

Citigroup, First Horizon Upgraded by Wells Fargo

Citigroup, First Horizon Upgraded by Wells Fargo

Analyst Matt Burnell expects increased capital returns in 2012 to drive outperformance of Citigroup, even if capital market revenues remains weak.

5 Ways Bank Mergers are Changing

5 Ways Bank Mergers are Changing

With bank M&A dissapointing in 2011, here's five new ways to look at consolidations, along with some picks.

7 Surprise Mid-Cap Bank Picks for the Fourth Quarter: Morgan Stanley

7 Surprise Mid-Cap Bank Picks for the Fourth Quarter: Morgan Stanley

With small and mid-cap banks outperforming in 2011, investors will be closely watching their fourth quarter earnings to see if the rally will continue.

First Horizon 'Top Pick for 2012': JPM (Update 2)

First Horizon 'Top Pick for 2012': JPM (Update 2)

JPMorgan analyst Steven Alexopoulos on Thursday said that First Horizon National was his firm's 'top pick for 2012," among small and mid-cap U.S. banks.

Banks Soar on Jobs Data: Financial Winners (Update 1)

Banks Soar on Jobs Data: Financial Winners (Update 1)

Big banks led the stock market Thursday afternoon, after initial jobless claims hit a 44-month low.

5 Bank Stocks That Could Jump on 2012 M&A (Update 1)

5 Bank Stocks That Could Jump on 2012 M&A (Update 1)

The case for consolidation in the banking sector remains strong in 2012.

First Horizon Stock To Go Ex-dividend Tomorrow (FHN)

First Horizon Stock To Go Ex-dividend Tomorrow (FHN)

The ex-dividend date for First Horizon National (NYSE:FHN) is tomorrow, December 14, 2011. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of one cent per share. At a price of $7.70 as of 10:10 a.m., the dividend yield is 0.5%.

Bank Shares Mostly Lower On Europe Downgrade Worry

Bank Shares Mostly Lower On Europe Downgrade Worry

Bank shares slip lower as investors remain concerned about Europe downgrades

Bank of America Plans $1B 2012 Dividend: Analysts

Bank of America Plans $1B 2012 Dividend: Analysts

Deutsche Bank is also looking for a whopping $15 billion in common stock issuance.

First Horizon National Corp (FHN): Today's Featured Banking Winner

First Horizon National Corp (FHN): Today's Featured Banking Winner

First Horizon National was a winner within the banking industry, rising 15 cents (2.1%) to $7.23 on heavy volume.

Cramer: It's Official -- This Market Is Clueless

Cramer: It's Official -- This Market Is Clueless

The action in the futures market is the dumbest form of gambling, and I say best to ignore it. But don't ignore undervalued stocks.

What a Clueless Market

Whether it's the buyers or the sellers, someone doesn't have any idea of what they're doing here.

Obama Gives Bank of America a Hand: Analyst (Update 1)

Obama Gives Bank of America a Hand: Analyst (Update 1)

The Federal Housing Finance Agency's expanded mortgage refinance program could bring an 'upside surprise' for Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and other large mortgage loan servicers, says an analyst.

Market Morning: Monti Can Use a Miracle

Market Morning: Monti Can Use a Miracle

As Silvio Berlusconi bids farewell, Mario Monti is tasked with forming a new Italian government.

10 Large Banks With Very Strong Capital

10 Large Banks With Very Strong Capital

TheStreet highlights the 10 banks with more than $25 billion in total assets that have the strongest capital ratios.

First Horizon Misses, Kickstarts $100 Million Buyback

First Horizon Misses, Kickstarts $100 Million Buyback

With strong capital ratios, the Tennessee lender begins buying back shares, while missing the third-quarter consensus earnings estimate by two cents.

JPMorgan, Alcoa May Miss Mark

JPMorgan, Alcoa May Miss Mark

JPMorgan and Alcoa could fall short of Wall Street's expectations, while First Horizon and Mattel are seen beating the consensus view, according to Thomson Reuters research.

TheStreet Quant Rating: B (Buy)