HBT (HBT) drops 5.22% on strong volume September 17th
Today, stock of HBT Financial Inc (NASDAQ: HBT) fell $ 0.79, a decline of 5.22%. HBT opened at $ 15.22 before trading between $ 15.27 and $ 14.29 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw HBT’s market cap drop to $ 392,295,335 on 223,126 stocks, above their 30-day average of 14,967.
About HBT Financière Inc
HBT Financial, Inc. is headquartered in Bloomington, Illinois, and is the holding company of Heartland Bank and Trust Company. The bank offers a full line of commercial, commercial, wealth management and retail banking products and services to individuals, businesses and municipal entities in central and northeastern Illinois through 63 branches. As of December 31, 2020, HBT had total assets of $ 3.7 billion, total loans of $ 2.2 billion, and total deposits of $ 3.1 billion. HBT is a long-standing, central Illinois company with banking roots dating back 100 years.
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