2013-09-23 15:04:59 - SADIF-Investment Analytics has applied its StockMarks™ stock-rating system to The First International Bank of Israel (FTIN) and produced a report, rating the company's attractiveness to long-term investors.
Ilhavo, Portugal - SADIF Investment Analytics, announces a new summary due diligence report covering The First International Bank of Israel (FTIN). The report uses SADIF's powerful StockMarks™ stock rating system and contains important analysis for any current or potential The First International Bank of Israel investor.
Report Summary: The First International Bank of Israel is a below average quality company with a neutral outlook. The First International Bank of Israel has medium business growth and is run by passable management. The trend in The First International Bank of Israel fair value exchange rate against its closest rated-competitor, Israel Discount Bank Limited, has been depreciating over the past 2 weeks. When compared to its closest competitor, The First International Bank of Israel
shows similar overvaluation and is equally likely to underperform the market.
The report breaks down the Total StockMark into its three components - business, management and price, performing an in-depth analysis of The First International Bank of Israel for long-term investors.
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