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Signature Bank (SBNY)

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3.4500+0.1750 (+5.34%)
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前收市價3.2750
開市3.0500
買盤0.0000 x 800
賣出價0.0000 x 800
今日波幅3.0250 - 3.5000
52 週波幅0.0003 - 3.6000
成交量321,383
平均成交量511,106
市值217.26M
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)9.71
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)0.17
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)20.7600
業績公佈日2024年2月12日 - 2024年2月14日
遠期股息及收益率無 (無)
除息日2023年1月26日
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  • Fortune

    New York Fed economists explain why SVB and Signature Bank suddenly turned into rural 1930s banks without deposit insurance

    This year's banking collapses have some striking parallels with the thousands of small bank failures that dotted the 1930s.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    First Republic's failure 'totally predictable,' says Apollo CEO Rowan

    First Republic's whirlwind decline came to a close early Monday morning, with the announcement that JPMorgan would acquire the beleaguered regional bank. The deal is not surprising to Apollo Global Management Co-Founder and CEO Marc Rowan, who called it a simple case of the "strong get stronger." The recent failures of three banks (First Republic, Signature, and Silicon Valley) were "totally predictable," Rowan says, and can be traced to "well-known" weaknesses. Rowan is more focused on what the "future of regional banking" looks like, particularly after the largest bank run in history saw Silicon Valley bank lose $42 billion in deposits in a single day. So, what does that future look like? There's a possibility of more mergers with regional banks, Rowan says, as weaker institutions "get taken out by the strong players," but "we're not going to know for a while." Most important in the regional bank business model is whether their deposits are stable, Rowan says, admitting he's "not so sure." JPMorgan (JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon told analysts on a call the market crisis surrounding banks "is over." But that doesn't mean the market is out of the woods quite yet. Rowan is wary of commercial real estate stress that could "give some rise to round two." And with the Fed expected to hike rates higher this week, economic conditions are only tightening in the foreseeable future. In his full interview with Brian Sozzi, Marc Rowan explains why despite turmoil, the U.S. banking system remains the "envy of the world." Key video moments: 00:00:26 Bank failures were "totally predictable" 00:00:53 Regional banks' cost of doing business is up 00:01:30 Weak players are getting taken out by strong players 00:01:40 Watch out for commercial real estate Disclosure: Apollo Global Management is the parent company of Yahoo Finance.