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FSFG | First Savings Financial Group, Inc.

First Savings Financial Group, Inc.
  • Industry: Banks - Regional

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    Next ER: July 31, 2023  After Market Closes

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      Earnings History

      Date EPS / Forecast Revenue / Forecast
      October 26, 2023
      July 27, 20230.34 / 0.553322.06M / 23.55M
      April 28, 20230.54 / 0.6722.42M / 23.1M
      February 6, 20230.41 / 0.5921.45M / 21.8M
      November 4, 20220.35 / 0.5825.49M / 27.85M
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      • Employees:437


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      FSFG Dividends

      Ex-Dividend Amount Announced Date Record Date Payment Date
      Jun 15, 20230.14Jun 30, 2023
      Mar 16, 20230.14Mar 31, 2023
      Dec 15, 20220.13Dec 30, 2022
      Sep 15, 20220.13Sep 30, 2022
      Jun 15, 20220.13Jun 30, 2022
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