`Outperform' for summit, 1st of America, 1st security

Goldblatt, Jennifer
December 1996
American Banker;12/12/1996, Vol. 161 Issue 237, p21
Trade Publication
Reports that Lehman Brothers has added three midsize banks to its coverage list and upgraded of another one in December 1996. Initiation of coverage of Summit Bancorp, First of America Bank Corp. and First Security Corp. with outperform ratings by Michael Mayo; Upgrading of Imperial Bancorp.; Ratings of Shares of Summit Bancorp and other banks.


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