Shares of NASB Financial (NASB) rose more than 4% Friday after the thrift holding company reported Q1 results that included gains in book value and total assets.
NASB, holding company for North American Savings Bank, reported Q1 EPS of $0.79 vs. $1.40 in the year ago period. No analyst estimates were available.
Non-interest income sank to $8.76 million from $18.96 million, which the company attributed in part to lower mortgage origination volumes.
NASB’s Q1 book value per share rose to $25.47 vs. $24.19 in the year ago period, and its paid a Q1 dividend of $0.60 per share vs. $0.00 during the same quarter in 2013.
Total assets as of March 31, 2014, were $1.185 billion vs. $1.179 billion in the year ago period.
In afternoon trade, NASB was up 4.77% to $21.09.
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