NASDAQ Bank Index

NASDAQ Bank Index

An index tracking several hundred banks and bank holding companies whose shares trade on NASDAQ.
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4% increase in the Nasdaq BANK index over the same time period.
During the fourth quarter of 1999, the FBR Thrift Top 15 Index dropped 9 percent, underperforming the Nasdaq Bank Index, which fell 6 percent, and the S&P 500, which was down 3 percent.
The overall 4-week insider buy ratio of the Banking Sector inversely reflected the movement of the NASDAQ Bank Index.
And while the Nasdaq Bank Index had its worst monthly performance on record in January - a drop of 21.
Over the period of January 1972 through December 2002, the average monthly "excess return"--the monthly percentage changes in stock prices less the rates on one-month T-bills--on the Nasdaq Bank Index (0.
we find that the Company's stock performance has eclipsed its peers and the Nasdaq Bank Index on a historic basis.
2% for the NASDAQ Bank Index (down 1%), they suspect this is a short-term phenomenon.
9% increased posted by the NASDAQ Bank Index over the same time frame.
I think most investors will tell you that this performance compares well with 118% for the NASDAQ Bank Index, 22% for the Russell 2000 Index, and minus-15% for the S&P 500 Index.
1% in 2002, while the Nasdaq Bank Index had a total return of 6.
3% increase posted by the NASDAQ Bank Index over the same time frame.