Intraday Info: Beneficial Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:BNCL) locked on 09/02/2017 at $16.55. It has average volume 262,056 whilst it totals volume 421,708. The company has EPS 0.30 and according to analysts next quarter EPS and next year estimate EPS will 0.11 and 0.53 respectively. Profit Margin of BNCL 15.50% and it total income 22.60 million.
Ownership Summary: Beneficial Bancorp has total institutional ownership 68.96% while its total outstanding shares 76 millions that’s value of holdings $859 million.
Active Positions: In the latest year, BNCL 64 holders have raised its positions while it contains total 6,687,433 shares. And the strength of reduced positions holders and held positions holders are 73 and 6,778,039 respectively.
New and Sold Out Positions: In BNCL force of new positions holders 17 and it has total shares 1,980,399. And force of sold out positions holders 25 and it has 4,164,489 shares.
Comparison with Other Company: The Market Value of BNCL is $1M below from TFS Financial Corporation market value which is $4M. Current Last Sale of TFS Financial Corporation is $16.55 below from TFS current last sale which is $17.17.
Beneficial Bancorp, Inc. operates as a preserving agency for beneficial financial institution that offers client and business banking services to individuals, agencies, and nonprofit companies inside the extra Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey location. It accepts various deposit products, counting non-interest bearing demand deposits comprising character checking accounts; interest-bearing call for bills, consisting of NOW, municipal, and money market accounts; financial savings bills; certificates of deposit; business checking money owed; and checking debts for small corporations, further to gives coins management services which includes faraway deposit, lockbox service, and sweep money owed. The organization also affords commercial loans along with enterprise loans, commercial real estate loans, and commercial creation loans; patron loans comprising automobile loans, domestic fairness loans, and lines of credit; non-public loans, such as recreational cars, synthetic housing and marine loans, and academic loans; and home loans, counting one-to-four family residential real property loans and one-to-4 own family residential creation loans.