FIBI Holdings traded at 12,650.00 this Sunday March 19th, increasing 170.00 or 1.36 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, FIBI Holdings gained 7.46 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 5.31 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast FIBI Holdings to be priced at 12,106.85 by the end of this quarter and at 11,053.01 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
Moskovskiy Kreditnyi Bank PAO 7.04 0.08 1.08% 35.97%
Israel Discount Bank 1,765.00 17.00 0.97% -13.01%
FIBI Holdings 12,650.00 170.00 1.36% -5.31%
Hong Leong Bank BHD 20.12 0.02 0.10% -0.89%
Hong Leong Fin 17.92 -0.22 -1.21% -9.04%
Itaúsa 7.94 0.08 1.02% -23.73%
Bank Leumi Le Israel BM 2,860.00 23.00 0.81% -18.75%
Mizrahi Tefahot Bank Ltd 11,690.00 100.00 0.86% -3.87%
Bank Hapoalim BM 3,193.00 43.00 1.37% 2.18%
Banca Transilvania 19.20 -0.20 -1.03% 630.04%
United Bank For Africa 8.10 0.10 1.25% 4.52%

Indexes Price Day Year
TA-125 1715 19.10 1.13% -17.59%

FIBI Holdings
First International Bank of Israel Ltd is as Israel-based financial company. The Company’s activity is divided into three divisions such as: corporate division, banking division and customer asset division. The corporate division conducts all operations relating to corporate and middle-market customers. Banking division provides banking and mortgages services to all customers through the branches. Customer asset division centralizes the whole operating in the capital market, money market and foreign currency operation with private customers, business customers, institution customers and capital market professionals.