Nicolet Bankshares Inc. – Consensus Says Potential 3.9% Hike

Nicolet Bankshares inc. with ticker code (NCBS) now have 5 analysts covering the stock with consensus suggesting a “Hold” rating. The range between the high target price and the low target price is between 77 and 68 with an average TP of 71. Now, with the previous close price of 68.36, this now indicates that there is potential for upside. 3.9%. The 50-day MA is 67.74 while the 200-day moving average is 60.04. The company’s market capitalization is $ 683 million. Company website:

Nicolet Bankshares is the holding company of Banque Nationale Nicolet which provides commercial and retail banking services to businesses and individuals. The company accepts checking, savings and money market accounts; various certificates of deposit; and individual retirement accounts. It also offers commercial loans, including commercial, industrial and commercial loans and lines of credit; commercial real estate loans; agricultural production (AG) and AG real estate loans; commercial real estate investments real estate loans; loans for construction and land use planning; residential real estate loans, such as residential first mortgages, sub-mortgages, home equity loans, lines of credit and residential construction loans; and consumer credit. In addition, the company provides treasury management, international banking, personal brokerage, safes, and trust and trust services, as well as wealth management and pension services. In addition, it offers mortgage refinancing; online services, such as commercial, retail and trust online banking services; automated bill payment, mobile bank deposits and account access, and remote deposit capture services; and other services including wire transfers, debit cards, credit cards, prepaid gift cards, direct deposits and official bank checks. In addition, the company provides investment strategies and transactional services to financial institutions. As of October 20, 2020, it operated 36 branches in Wisconsin and Michigan. The company was previously known as Green Bay Financial Corporation and changed its name to Nicolet Bankshares in March 2002. Nicolet Bankshares was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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