Southern Missouri Bancorp, Inc. (SMBC) gains 0.22% for July 21

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Southern Missouri Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMBC) shares gained 0.22%, or $0.1 per share, to close Wednesday at $45.03. After opening the day at $45.10, shares of Southern Missouri Bancorp, fluctuated between $45.74 and $44.66. 18,365 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 18,465. Wednesday's activity brought Southern Missouri Bancorp,’s market cap to $402,303,108.

About Southern Missouri Bancorp, Inc.

outhern Missouri Bancorp, Inc., a Missouri corporation, was organized in 1994 and is the parent Company of Southern Bank. Southern Bank was originally chartered as a mutual Missouri savings and loan association in 1887. In 2004, the Bank converted from a Missouri chartered stock savings bank to a Missouri state-chartered trust company with banking powers.

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