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Local bank stocks stand pat heading into holiday

Cortland Bancorp halted its downward slide Friday, holding steady at $20.52 per share heading into the holiday weekend. First Niles Financial also held steady at $7 per share after losing 75 cents earlier this week.

Local bank stocks tumble in trading

Cortland Bancorp continued its downward slide this week, losing an additional 23 cents on Thursday to close at $20.52 per share. First Niles Financial lost the 15 cents it gained on Wednesday and an additional 60 cents to close at $7 per share.

Local bank stocks yield mixed results

After holding steady at $21 a share for several days, Cortland Bancorp slid in trading Wednesday to close at $20.75 per share. First Niles Financial gained 15 cents, closing at $7.75 per share.

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Local bank stocks hold steady

Cortland Bancorp held steady again in trading Thursday, closing at $21 per share. After losing 40 cents in trading Wednesday, First Niles Financial also held steady Thursday, closing at $7.60 per share.

Port authority supports GM workers

LORDSTOWN — The Western Reserve Port Authority on Wednesday joined several other local governments in a show of support for General Motors Lordstown employees and others impacted by the decision to idle the plant next year. The resolution, approved unanimously by the eight-person board, ...

Mixed results for local bank stocks

Cortland Bancorp held steady in trading Wednesday, closing at $21 per share. First Niles Financial lost 40 cents, closing at $7.60 per share.

Local bank stocks stand pat

Cortland Bancorp and First Niles Financial stood pat in trading Tuesday, closing at $21 per share and $8 per share, respectively.

Cortland Bancorp loses 25 cents in Monday trading

Tribune Chronicle Cortland Bancorp opened the week by losing 25 cents in trading Monday, closing at $21 per share. First Niles Financial also lost 25 cents, closing at $8. business@tribtoday.com

Seafood restaurant closes

LIBERTY — A well-known seafood restaurant on Belmont Avenue is closed. An operator of the Youngstown Crab Co. posted the notice to the restaurant’s Facebook page Sunday that states an ownership deadlock resulted in a ruling from Trumbull County Common Pleas Court that the corporation ...

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Local bank stocks yield mixed results in trading

After losing 60 cents earlier in the week, Cortland Bancorp held steady in trading Thursday to close at $20.65 per share. First Niles Financial lost a quarter to close at $8.25 per share.

Cortland Bancorp stock continues slide

After losing 55 cents in trading Tuesday, Cortland Bancorp lost another nickel Wednesday to close at $20.65 per share. First Niles Financial held steady at $8.50 per share for the fourth day in a row.

Bank stocks stand pat

Both Cortland Bancorp and First Niles Financial remained unchanged after trading closed on Monday. Cortland Bancorp. held steady at $21.25 a share, and First Niles Financial closed again at $8.50 a share.

Local bank stocks stand pat

After losing 35 cents in trading Thursday, Cortland Bancorp held steady Friday to close at $21.25 per share. First Niles Financial, which lost 50 cents in trading Thursday, also held steady to close at $8.50 per share Friday.

Local bank stocks slide downward

After a day off from trading Wednesday, Cortland Bancorp lost 35 cents in trading Thursday to close at $21.25 per share. First Niles Financial lost 50 cents, closing at $8.50 per share on Thursday.

First Niles Financial stock slides in Tuesday trading

After nearly a month with no movement, First Niles Financial lost 11 cents in trading Tuesday to close at $9 per share. Cortland Bancorp held steady at $21.60 per share after gaining $1 in trading Monday.