Summit St. Bank (SSBI) falls 0.55% for September 14

Equities Staff  |

Summit St. Bank (NASDAQ: SSBI) shares fell 0.55%, or $0.09 per share, to close Tuesday at $16.26. After opening the day at $16.27, shares of Summit St. Bank fluctuated between $16.38 and $16.26. 579 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 3,100. Tuesday's activity brought Summit St. Bank’s market cap to $78,306,209.

About Summit St. Bank

Summit State Bank, a local community bank, has total assets of $866 million and total equity of $76 million on December 31, 2020. Headquartered in Sonoma County, the Bank specializes in providing exceptional customer service and customized financial solutions to aid in the success of local small businesses and nonprofits throughout Sonoma County.

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