- Last Close 45.09
- Sector Financial Services
- Industry Banks - Regional
- Investment Style
- Day Range 44.52 – 45.09
- Year Range 44.15 – 60.75
- Market Cap 333.9942 Mil
- Volume / Avg 301.0 / 1,648.3
- Price / Sales 2.59
- Price / Book 0.88
- Forward Div Yield 7.54%
- Trailing Div Yield 7.54%
Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis NASB
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Company Profile NASB
NASB Financial Inc is a federally chartered stock savings bank, whose business is to attract deposits from the general public and to originate real estate loans, other loans, and short-term investments. It has a portfolio of mortgage loans that are secured by multifamily, construction, development, and commercial real estate properties. Its sources of income include interest on loans, interest on MBS, interest on investment securities, customer service fees, and mortgage banking fees.
Grandview, MO, 64030
FAQs for NASB Financial Inc Stock
Yes. NASB has a forward dividend yield of 7.54%.
NASB’s full dividends and stock split history
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NASB’s market cap is 333.99 Mil.
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