Central Federal Corporation (NASDAQ:CFBK) holds 4.33 million shares outstanding and 3.56 million shares are floated in market. The company revealed recent move of 0.48% to $13.28. Around 559 shares traded in most recent trading session compared to an average volume of 5.06K. The stock changed with return -1.60% over last weekly period.
The monthly performance of stock was observed at -9.33%. CFBK’s shares are moving at -0.45% for the quarter and managed a -2.61% return over the course of the past year and is now at -12.17% since this point in 2018.
Central Federal Corporation (NASDAQ:CFBK) reported financial results for the third quarter and year to date ended September 30, 2018.
Third Quarter Highlights
Net income increased 54% for the quarter, compared to the same quarter in 2017.
EPS (fully diluted) increased by 60% for the quarter to $0.24 compared to $0.15 per share during the same quarter in 2017 (adjusted for a 1.0-for-5.5 reverse stock split effective August 20, 2018).
Net loans grew by $87.1 million, or 21.4%, year to date.
Assets topped $600 million at September 30, 2018.
Book value at September 30, 2018 of $10.25 per share is up $0.77 year to date from December 31, 2017.
Net interest income grew by 33.6% compared to the same quarter of 2017.
Credit quality remains strong, and the ratio of ALLL to total loans is 1.40%.
Its quarter to quarter sales remained 40.50% and sales observed at 18.80% over past 5 years. The stock beta value is 0.36. CFBK stock changed at -3.13% distance from its 200-day moving average. On a similar note, the stock marked distance of -8.71% from its 50-day moving average and moved -4.92% away from its 20-day moving average. The average volatility for the week and month was at 0.62% and 2.22% respectively.
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