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There are still many small banks below book value with lots of capital and strong loan portfolios.
Small financial firms are rocking as the big caps struggle.
FJ Capital has outperformed the market by a huge margin on strong bank stock selections.
First Bank (FRBA) has been upgraded by TheStreet Ratings from Hold to Buy with a ratings score of B-.
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First Bank (OTC BB:FRBA) announced today that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement with Heritage Community Bank (HCB) headquartered in Randolph, New Jersey.
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