Salisbury, (SAL) falls 0.01% on Strong Volume September 14

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Today, Salisbury Bancorp, Inc. Inc’s (NASDAQ: SAL) stock fell $0.005, accounting for a 0.01% decrease. Salisbury, opened at $50.95 before trading between $52.50 and $50.33 throughout Tuesday’s session. The activity saw Salisbury,’s market cap fall to $145,803,462 on 8,307 shares -above their 30-day average of 5,732.

About Salisbury Bancorp, Inc.

Salisbury Bancorp, Inc. is the parent company of Salisbury Bank and Trust Company, a Connecticut chartered commercial bank serving the communities of northwestern Connecticut and proximate communities in New York and Massachusetts, since 1848, through a network of 14 full service branches in Litchfield County, Connecticut; Berkshire County, Massachusetts; and Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster Counties, New York. The Bank offers a broad spectrum of consumer and business banking products and services as well as trust and wealth advisory services.

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