Friendly Hills Bancorp (OTCMKTS:FHLB) Sees Significant Decline in Short Interest

() saw a dramatic drop in short interest for the month of July. On June 30, there were 100 shares of short interest, which is a decrease of 66.7% compared to the total of 300 shares on June 15. The short-interest rate is currently 0 days based on an average trading of 4,100 shares.

Friendly Hills Bancorp Price Performance

The price stayed flat at $7.00 last Friday. Friendly Hills Bancorp's 52-week low is $5.45, and its 52-week high is $8.75. The stock's market capitalization is $22.96m, with a P/E ratio of -15.56. It also has a beta value of 0.68. The company's debt-to equity ratio is 1.58, its current ratio is 0.86 and its quick ratio 0.89. The company announced its last quarterly earnings on Tuesday, 25th April. The company reported ($0.08) per share earnings for the quarter. Friendly Hills Bancorp reported a negative margin of 8.76%, and a return on equity of 4.0%. Revenue for the company was $3.26million during the third quarter.

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Friendly Hills Bancorp is a holding company of First Pacific Bank, which provides a variety of financial and banking services. It offers a variety of deposit products including checking, saving, money market accounts, NOW sweep and individual retirement plans, as well term certificates. offers a FREE daily email newsletter