Fsb Bancorp Inc (NASDAQ:FSBC) Reports Increase in Sellers; Strong Momentum for Short Players

The stock of Fsb Bancorp Inc (NASDAQ:FSBC) registered an increase of 60% in short interest. FSBC’s total short interest was 1,600 shares in December as published by FINRA. Its up 60% from 1,000 shares, reported previously. With 1,800 shares average volume, it will take short sellers 1 days to cover their FSBC’s short positions. The short interest to Fsb Bancorp Inc’s float is 0.11%.

It closed at $16.51 lastly. It is up 17.53% since December 8, 2017 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 1.91% the S&P500.

FSB Bancorp, Inc. operates as the bank holding firm for Fairport Savings Bank that provides various financial services to individuals and corporate clients in Monroe County, New York. The company has market cap of $31.48 million. The firm accepts savings, NOW, money market, and individual retirement accounts, as well as non-interest-bearing demand deposits and certificates of deposit. It currently has negative earnings. It originates one- to four-family residential real estate mortgages, and home equity loans and lines of credit, as well as commercial real estate, multi-family, construction, commercial and industrial, and other consumer loans.

More important recent FSB Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSBC) news were published by: Nasdaq.com which released: “Stilwell Value LLC Buys Wheeler Real Estate Investment Trust Inc, First South Bancorp, Elmira … – Nasdaq” on July 24, 2017, also Gurufocus.com published article titled: “MFP Investors Buys 7 New Holdings – GuruFocus.com”, Democratandchronicle.com published: “FSB Bancorp now listed on Nasdaq as ‘FSBC’ – Rochester Democrat and Chronicle” on July 18, 2016. More interesting news about FSB Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSBC) was released by: Valuewalk.com and their article: “What Lawrence Seidman Is Buying And Selling – ValueWalk” with publication date: February 08, 2018.

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