Valley National Bancorp: Organic And Acquired Loan Growth To Boost Earnings

Mar. 16, 2022 11:48 PM ETValley National Bancorp (VLY)
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  • The upcoming acquisition of Bank Leumi, USA will boost the loan portfolio. Further, the outlook for organic loan growth remains rosy.
  • The management’s interest-rate sensitivity analysis shows that the net interest income is moderately sensitive to interest rate changes.
  • Loan additions will likely keep the provisioning at a normal level this year.
  • The year-end target price suggests a high upside from the current market price. Further, VLY is offering a decent dividend yield.
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Earnings of Valley National Bancorp (NASDAQ: NASDAQ:VLY) will likely continue to trend upwards this year on the back of acquisitions. The outlook for organic loan growth is also bright given the economic strength in the country. Further, the net interest income is moderately

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