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Ameris Bancorp: Topline Growth To Help Earnings Partly Recover Next Year

Dec. 23, 2022 12:29 AM ETAmeris Bancorp (ABCB)
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  • Economic activity will drive consumer and commercial loan growth. However, the growth of residential mortgages will suffer due to high borrowing costs.
  • The recent improvement in the deposit mix will help the margin expand further in upcoming quarters.
  • The December 2023 target price suggests a high upside from the current market price. However, ABCB is offering a low dividend yield.
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Earnings of Ameris Bancorp (NASDAQ:ABCB) will partially recover next year on the back of moderate loan growth. Further, the recent improvement in the deposit mix and the up-rate cycle will let the margin expand in future quarters. Overall, I'm expecting Ameris Bancorp to

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