Fidelity Bank traded at 3.39 this Wednesday June 29th, increasing 0.04 or 1.19 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Fidelity Bank gained 0.29 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price rose by 46.75 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Fidelity Bank to be priced at 3.33 by the end of this quarter and at 3.17 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
FBN Holdings 11.20 0 0% 53.42%
FCMB Group 3.26 -0.04 -1.21% -2.69%
Fidelity Bank 3.39 0.04 1.19% 46.75%
Sharjah Islamic 1.70 -0.01 -0.58% 14.09%
Rmb Holdings 172.00 -1.00 -0.58% 22.86%
Sterling Bank 1.53 0.03 2.00% -4.97%
United Bank For Africa 7.50 0 0% 2.74%
Union Bank Of Nigeria 6.10 0.25 4.27% 14.02%
Zenith Bank 21.70 0.05 0.23% -8.63%

Indexes Price Day Year
NSE-All Share 51807 3.14 0.01% 36.67%

Fidelity Bank
Fidelity Bank Plc offers banking and other financial services to corporate and individual customers. The Bank operates in four segments: Retail banking, which offers a range of retail, personal and commercial services to individuals, small and medium business customers, including a range of e-business products to serve the retail banking segment; Corporate banking, which offers a range of commercial and corporate banking services to the corporate business customers, including other medium and large business customers, and covers the power and infrastructure; oil and gas upstream and downstream; real estate, and agro-allied industries; Investment banking, which is involved in the funding and management of the banks securities, trading and investment decisions on asset management with a view of maximizing the banks shareholders returns, and Public sector, which offers a range of services to governments of various levels, including parastatals, ministries, departments and other agencies.