Bank First National Corporation (NASDAQ:BFC) will begin trading ex-dividend on December 22, 2020. The quarterly dividend payment of $ 0.21 per share is scheduled to be paid on January 6, 2021. The dividend yield based on the latest trading day closing price was 1.21 percent. Shareholders who purchased BFC shares prior to the ex-dividend date are eligible for the cash dividend payment.
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Bank First National Corporation recently reported third quarter financial results on October 20, 2020, after market close, the Manitowoc based company posted income for the third quarter of $ 1.42 per share, from the revenue of $ 28.00 million. The quarterly earnings developed 49.47 percent while revenues up 19.35 percent compared with the same quarter last year.
The consensus estimates are income of $ 1.03 per share from $ 26.06 million in revenue. The bottom line results beat street analysts by $ 0.39 or 37.86 percent, at the same time, top line results outshined analysts by $ 1.94 million or 7.44 percent.
Shares of Bank First National Corporation traded low $ -0.10 or -0.14 percent on Friday, reaching $ 69.38 with volume of 43.20 thousand shares. Bank First National Corporation has traded high as $ 69.91 and has cracked $ 68.07 on the downward trend
According to the previous trading day, closing price of $ 69.38, representing a 59.25 % increase from the 52 week low of $ 43.63 and a 2.97 % decrease over the 52 week high of $ 71.61.
The company has a market capital of $ 536.31 million and is part of the Financial Services sector and Banks – Regional – US industry.
Bank First National Corporation operates as a holding company for Bank First N.A. that provides consumer and commercial financial services to individuals and businesses in northeastern and western Wisconsin. The company offers demand, time, and savings deposits; and checking, certificates of deposit, retirement, health savings, cash management, and money market accounts.