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Today's Open $8.80
Previous Close $8.82
Daily Range $8.61 - $8.84
52-Week Range $8.19 - $11.34
Market Cap $3.1B
P/E Ratio 11.92
Dividend (Yield) $0.32 (3.6%)
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Volume 1,373,778
Average Daily Volume 3,032,380
Current FY EPS $0.69

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jayfairb (< 20)
Submitted August 2, 2011

Solid management &amp; has been actively acquiring competitors and growing their business at a time when not many banks are able to.

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valuegeek (< 20)
Submitted April 23, 2012

In the short term they will undoubtedly benefit from the integration of the former HSBC branches. They are also likely to derive short-term competitive advantage from paper statement fees ($4), check- … More

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First Niagara Financial Group, Inc. (FNFG) Description

The Company provides a range of retail and commercial banking as well as other financial services through its wholly-owned, federally-chartered savings bank subsidiary, First Niagara Bank. Website:

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