First Niagara Financial Group (NASDAQ:FNFG) Analyst Rating Consensus

First Niagara Financial Group (NASDAQ:FNFG) has received a short term rating of buy from experts at Zacks with a rank of 2. The stock has been rated an average of 3.29 by 7 Brokerage Firm. 1 Wall Street Firms have rated the stock as a strong buys. 4 Brokerage Firms have advised hold. 2 Analysts have rated it as strong sell.

First Niagara Financial Group (NASDAQ:FNFG): The stock price is expected to reach $ 9.75 in the short term. The number of analysts agreeing with this consensus is 6. The higher estimate for the short term price target is at $11 while the lower estimate is at $8. The standard deviation of the price stands at $1.17.

First Niagara Financial Group (NASDAQ:FNFG) rose 0.05% or 0.005 points on Tuesday and made its way into the gainers of the day. After trading began at $10.07 the stock was seen hitting $10.135 as a peak level and $9.98 as the lowest level. The stock ended up at $10.08. The daily volume was measured at 1,537,157 shares. The 52-week high of the share price is $11.22 and the 52-week low is $8.54. The company has a market cap of $3,577 million.

First Niagara Financial Group Inc. is up 2.38% in the last 3-month period. Year-to-Date the stock performance stands at -5.59%.

First Niagara Financial Group, Inc. is a bank holding company. The Company provides a range of retail and commercial banking, as well as other financial services through its wholly owned bank subsidiary, First Niagara Bank, N.A. (the Bank). The Bank is a nationally chartered regional bank providing financial services to individuals, families and businesses. The Bank provides its retail consumer and business customers with banking services, including residential and commercial real estate loans, commercial business loans, consumer loans, wealth management products, as well as retail and commercial deposit products. Additionally, it offers insurance services through a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bank. The Bank operates through approximately 411 branches and several financial services subsidiaries.

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