First Republic Bank (NYSE:FRC) stock is gaining on Tuesday as the company’s shares start to recover from the recent bank stock crash.
That bank stock crash came about as SVB Financial Group (NASDAQ:SIVB) triggered concerns among investors with its principal subsidiary Silicon Valley Bank’s failure. That spread beyond just that bank and caused problems for other bank stocks as well on Monday.
FRC stock was among those hit by the news, with the company’s shares taking a 61.8% beating during normal trading hours yesterday. That came alongside heavy trading as investors sold shares, with some 132 million moving yesterday. For comparison, the company’s daily trading volume is closer to 4.8 million shares.
One thing helping out bank stocks is the Federal Reserve offering aid. This comes in the form of a fund that provides loans to banks during the crash. Some investors are seeing this as a bailout for banks.
FRC Stock Movement on Tuesday
Following yesterday’s massive drop in price, shares of FRC are regaining lost ground today. That comes as the company’s shares trade more than 7.3 million units as of this writing. That heavy trading is helping lift shares of the bank stock 50.2% higher in pre-market trading on Tuesday.
Investors looking for more of the latest stock market news, including how other bank stocks are moving, are in luck!
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