Summit Financial Stock Charts (NASDAQ:SMMF)
$24.77 $0.29 (1.18%) SMMF stock closing price Dec 01, 2016 (Closing)
Summit Financial Stock Price Chart
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Note: Interactive Summit Financial stock chart shows the 1 year stock price movement. Compare SMMF stock performance with Nasdaq and S&P 500 index and industry peers like American National Bankshares , City Holding
SMMF Stock Vs S&P 500 Index
Summit Financial stock performance: The Summit Financial stock charts shows stock trend against the S&P 500 index. While the index has returned 5.37%, Summit Financial stock price has gone up by 110.45% in the last 1 year.
Summit Financial PE Ratio Chart
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Summit Financial price to earnings ratio chart: The stock chart shows SMMF PE ratio for a period of 1 year. As of 01 Dec, 2016, the P/E ratio is 28.04. Summit Financial P/E ratio reached a high of 30.64 on 02 Nov, 2015, and reached a low of 0.46 on 27 Oct, 2008.
Summit Financial Revenue Chart
Summit Financial revenue chart: SMMF chart shows the annual, as well as quarterly revenue for Summit Financial Group, Inc.. Over the 5 year period of 2011 to 2015, SMMF revenue was highest in 2011 at 76.59M. In the latest quarter, revenue changed from 18.33M to 18.66M implying an increase of 1.8%.
Summit Financial Earnings Chart
Summit Financial EPS chart: Our SMMF EPS chart shows the earnings per share for YTD, 1 year, 5 year periods. Summit Financial Group, Inc. EPS can be checked quarterly or annually, and aginst industry peers. This comparison is useful to measure Summit Financial's profitability and to perform Summit Financial stock analysis. In latest 2016-Q3, the EPS stood at 0.40. The maximum EPS over a 5 year period was 1.50 in 2015.
Summit Financial Net Income Chart
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Summit Financial Net Income: Summit Financial Group, Inc. saw an an increase of net income by 0.94% from 2016-Q2 to 2016-Q3. The net income or bottom line is a line item in the income statement of a company's financials. The net profit is obtained by removing the COGS, expenses, and taxes from the firm's total income. The net income is always calculated for a given accounting period.
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SMMF Stock Details
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