First Hawaiian: Consensus indicates 10.5% upside potential


first hawaiian with ticker code (FHB) now has 7 analysts covering the stock. Analyst consensus points to a ‘Hold’ rating. The range between the high target price and the low target price is between 33 and 26 and has a medium target of 30.07. Given that the stock’s previous close was 27.22, it now indicates that there is 10.5% upside potential. The 50 day moving average is 28.82 and the 200 day moving average is 28.19. The company has a market capitalization of $3.47 billion. Learn more at: https://www.fhb.com

The potential market capitalization would be $3.834 billion based on market consensus.

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First Hawaiian operates as a banking holding company for First Hawaiian Bank which provides a variety of banking services to consumers and business customers in the United States. It operates through three segments: Retail Banking, Commercial Banking, and Treasury and Others. The company accepts various deposit products, including checking and savings accounts, and other deposit accounts. It also offers residential and commercial mortgage loans, home equity lines of credit, auto loans and leases, personal lines of credit, installment loans, and small business loans and leases, as well as commercial leasing and auto dealer financing. In addition, the company offers personal installment services, credit cards, individual investment and financial planning, insurance protection, trusts and estates, private banking, retirement planning, treasury and business processing. It operates a network of 54 branches, including 49 in Hawaii, 3 in Guam and 2 in Saipan. The company was previously known as BancWest Corporation and changed its name to First Hawaiian in April 2016. First Hawaiian was founded in 1858 and is headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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