Ames National traded at $22.26 this Monday August 15th, decreasing $0.02 or 0.09 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Ames National lost 0.59 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 6.39 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Ames National to be priced at 21.66 by the end of this quarter and at 19.89 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
22.26
Daily Change
-0.09%
Yearly
-6.39%

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Peers Price Day Year
Ames National 22.26 -0.02 -0.09% -6.39%
BankFinancial 10.04 0.09 0.90% -11.54%
Great Southern Bancorp 63.44 0.59 0.94% 19.02%
Midwestone Financial 32.92 -0.07 -0.21% 9.08%
Penns Woods Bancorp 23.60 0.40 1.72% -0.34%
UMB Financial 98.48 1.01 1.04% 5.62%
Wells Fargo 45.75 -0.19 -0.41% -7.41%
West Bancorporation 25.99 0.15 0.58% -16.46%

Indexes Price Day Year
USND 13128 80.87 0.62% -11.26%
US2000 2021 4.73 0.23% -8.26%

Ames National
Ames National Corporation is a bank holding company that operates through its banking segment. The Company owns and operates banking subsidiaries in central Iowa (the Banks), including First National Bank, Ames; Boone Bank & Trust Co., Boone; Iowa State Savings Bank, Creston; State Bank & Trust Co., Nevada; Reliance State Bank, Story City, and United Bank & Trust NA, Marshalltown. Its operations are conducted in the State of Iowa within the central, north central and south-central Iowa counties of Boone, Clarke, Hancock, Marshall, Polk, Story and Union. The Banks offer a range of deposit services, including checking accounts, savings accounts and time deposits of various types, which is ranging from money market accounts to longer-term certificates of deposit. The Banks also offer retirement accounts, such as individual retirement accounts (IRAs). It provides financial products, such as Internet banking and trust services for customers and communities.