DCB Financial Corp. (DCBF)

OTC BB - OTC BB Delayed Price. Currency in USD
13.62+0.18 (+1.34%)
As of 11:09 AM EDT. Market open.
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Prev Close13.44
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Day's Range13.62 - 13.62
52wk Range6.60 - 13.75
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap99.96M
P/E Ratio (ttm)8.45
Avg Vol (3m)31,070
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • DCB Financial Corp. (Ohio): Strong price momentum but will it sustain?
    Capital Cube22 days ago

    DCB Financial Corp. (Ohio): Strong price momentum but will it sustain?

    Categories: Yahoo Finance DCB Financial Corp. (Ohio) relative valuation is OVERVALUED and it has a fundamental analysis score of 46. Our analysis is based on comparing DCB Financial Corp. (Ohio) with the following peers – Southwest Georgia Financial Corporation, Franklin Financial Services Corporation, FNB Bancorp, Mackinac Financial Corporation, Central Valley Community Bancorp, TriCo Bancshares, Commercial Bancshares, Inc., American ... Read more (Read more...)

  • American City Business Journals22 days ago

    Delaware County Bank CEO departing after merger

    The leader of one of Central Ohio’s largest banks will be stepping down in the coming months. Delaware County Bank CEO Ron Seiffert said he will leave the organization after it completes a merger with Pennsylvania’s First Commonwealth Bank, expected sometime in the second quarter. Delaware County Bank parent DCB Financial Corp. (DCBF) agreed to be acquired by First Commonwealth Financial Corp. (FCF) in a $106 million deal announced Monday .

  • American City Business Journals23 days ago

    Delaware County Bank in deal with out-of-state buyer for $106M

    The parent of Delaware County Bank is being acquired by an out-of-state buyer looking to grow its Central Ohio presence. Lewis Center-based DCB Financial Corp. (DCBF) has agreed to a $106 million cash-and-stock deal with First Commonwealth Financial Corp., the companies announced Monday. DCB shareholders will receive either 1.427 shares in First Commonwealth (FCF) or $14.50 in cash for each share they own.