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About National Commerce (NCOM)

National Commerce Corporation operates as a bank holding company for National Bank of Commerce that provides various financial services to individuals, businesses, business owners, and professionals. It offers various deposit products, including interest and noninterest-bearing demand deposits, money market accounts, interest-bearing transaction accounts, savings and time deposits, checking and NO...Read more
Market Cap
$814.09M
1 Year High
$48.60
Volume
1 Year Low
$33.40
Price to Earnings Ratio
17.63
Open
Dividend Rate
High
Dividend Yield
Low

Community

No one owns or watch NCOM stock

National Commerce Stock Rating

What analysts recommend for NCOM stock, on a scale from 1(buy) to 5(sell).
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National Commerce Stock Earnings

The value each NCOM share was expected to gain vs. the value that each NCOM share actually gained.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

As of Sep 28, 2022, the market cap for NCOM stock is $814.09M

The current P/E ratio for NCOM stock is 17.63

The 52-week high for NCOM stock is $48.60. The current NCOM stock price $0 is 100.00% below its 52-week high

The 52-week low for NCOM stock is $33.40. The current NCOM stock price $0 has increased 100.00% from its 52-week low

No, the NCOM stock does not pay dividends to its shareholders

The target price for NCOM stock is $43.75 based on the average of what a group of analyst think NCOM stock could be worth at a future date. This is not a prediction by Public.com

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