Southern First Bancshares (SFST) falls 0.04% to Close at $50.14 on September 14

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Southern First Bancshares Inc (NASDAQ: SFST) fell to close at $50.14 Tuesday after losing $0.02 (0.04%) on volume of 22,254 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $50.75 to a low of $49.04 while Southern First Bancshares’s market cap now stands at $396,102,540.

About Southern First Bancshares Inc

Southern First Bancshares, Inc., Greenville, South Carolina is a registered bank holding company incorporated under the laws of South Carolina. The company's wholly-owned subsidiary, Southern First Bank, is the largest bank headquartered in South Carolina. Southern First Bank has been providing financial services since 1999 and now operates in 13 locations in the Greenville, Columbia, and Charleston markets of South Carolina as well as the Triangle and Triad regions of North Carolina and Atlanta, Georgia.

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