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Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. (CFR)

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Previous Close89.02
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Day's Range85.86 - 88.18
52 Week Range42.41 - 90.17
Avg. Volume568,432
Market Cap5.42B
PE Ratio (TTM)20.00
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
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  • American City Business Journals5 days ago

    Downtown property sales cement Frost Tower deal for Weston Urban

    It's not easy getting construction on a new high-rise office started, but Weston Urban is a step closer now that it has closed on three downtown San Antonio properties. At the end of 2016, the local developer became the official owner of the sites at 100 W Houston St., 110 W Houston St. and 109 Main St., all of which were properties previously owned by Frost Bank (CFR) and stretch over about 4.65 acres around the Houston and North Flores Streets intersection. Weston Urban purchased the land with its Dallas-based development partner, KDC, and operated as WUKDC 1 LP to officiate the sales.

  • 6 Reasons to Add Cullen/Frost (CFR) to Your Portfolio Now
    Zacks13 days ago

    6 Reasons to Add Cullen/Frost (CFR) to Your Portfolio Now

    With impressive revenue growth and growing deposit and loan balances, Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. (CFR) appears a promising buying opportunity now. Further, the recent interest rate hike is anticipated to bring further stability to top-line generation.

  • American City Business Journalslast month

    Wolff: SA’s second River Walk will drive new development further west (SLIDESHOW)

    Construction on the initial phase of San Pedro Creek redevelopment is expected to begin next week, and the overall cost of the project could rise above the initial price tag of $175 million. San Antonio River Authority General Manager Suzanne Scott said analysis by local economist Steve Nivin indicates that the transformation of San Pedro Creek could generate approximately $1.5 billion worth of new development-related economic activity. Some of that reinvestment is already occurring as Weston Urban and Frost Bank, among the early believers in the creek project, have begun work on a new headquarters office tower for the San Antonio-based financial institution.