Dropping The 52 Week Low, HomeStreet Inc (Nasdaq:HMST) Closing Trading At $24.15

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HomeStreet Inc (Nasdaq:HMST)

December 7th, 2018
Amidst falling markets HomeStreet Inc fell $0.31 Friday, a 1.27% drop, closing at $24.15. As well as the drop in value, HomeStreet Inc hit a new 52 week low of $23.95, breaking the previous low of $24.00 from earlier this month.

HMST outperformed the rest of the Financials sector which went down only 1.84% today.

Forecasts from 5 analysts indicates that HomeStreet Inc could go up significantly (27%), while Finbox has calculated (with very high uncertainty) a fair value price of $30.55.

Market Sectors

The market sectors were mixed Friday with a majority of the sectors trending down. Utilities saw the biggest increase of the day (0.40%), while Information Technology saw the biggest drop (3.53%). Healthcare has seen the biggest year-to-date gain at 9.38%. The biggest loss this year has been the Materials sector dropping 15%.

Utilities saw the biggest turnaround from its 5-day performance of 2.89%, as it went up 0.40%. Real Estate saw a turn around from its 5-day performance of 1.28% trading down 1.44%.

Sector Breakdown

  • Utilities went up with a 0.40% change.
  • Energy went down with a -0.64% change.
  • Consumer Staples went down with a -1.29% change.
  • Real Estate went down with a -1.44% change.
  • Financials went down with a -1.84% change.
  • Communication Services went down with a -2.09% change.
  • Healthcare went down with a -2.51% change.
  • Materials went down with a -2.54% change.
  • Industrials went down with a -2.62% change.
  • Consumer Discretionary went down with a -3.08% change.
  • Information Technology went down with a -3.53% change.

HomeStreet Inc Info

HomeStreet, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides various financial services primarily in the Pacific Northwest, California, and Hawaii. The company operates in two segments, Commercial and Consumer Banking, and Mortgage Banking. The Commercial and Consumer Banking segment offers deposit products; non-deposit investment products; and insurance products and cash management services. It also originates consumer loans, single family residential mortgages, loans secured by commercial real estate, construction loans for residential and commercial real estate projects, commercial business loans, and agricultural loans; and bridge loans and permanent loans primarily on single family residences, as well as on office, retail, industrial, and multifamily property types. This segment provides its products and services through bank branches, lending centers, and ATMs, as well as through online, mobile, and telephone banking. The Mortgage Banking segment originates and purchases single family residential mortgage loans for sale in the secondary market. This segment is also involved in the sale of loans on a servicing-released and servicing-retained basis to securitizers and correspondent lenders. The company also offers insurance products and services for consumers. As of December 31, 2017, it had a network of 59 retail deposit branches located in Washington state, Southern California, Portland, Oregon, and Hawaii; and 44 primary stand-alone home loan centers and 6 primary commercial lending centers. The company was formerly known as Continental Mortgage and Loan Company. HomeStreet, Inc. was founded in 1921 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.

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