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Pacific Mercantile Bancorp Company Snapshot
Pacific Mercantile Bancorp operates in the National commercial banks sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Pacific Mercantile Bancorp with three other companies in this sector in the United States: Coastal Banking Company, Inc. (2016 sales of $46.23 million ), Old Point Financial Corporation ($43.29 million of which 90% was Bank), and Landmark Bancorp, Inc. ($44.08 million of which 100% was Banking & Related Activities).

Sales Analysis. Pacific Mercantile Bancorp reported sales of $44.49 million for the year ending December of 2016. This represents an increase of 7.3% versus 2015, when the company's sales were $41.48 million. This was the third consecutive year of growth at Pacific Mercantile Bancorp.
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  Stock Performance Chart for Pacific Mercantile Bancorp
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (10/20/2017): 9.50
(Figures in U.S. Dollars)
1 Week -0.5%   13 Weeks 5.6%  
4 Weeks 8.0%   52 Weeks 25.8%  
Pacific Mercantile Bancorp Key Data:
  Ticker: PMBC Country: United States
  Exchanges: NAS Major Industry: Banks
    Sub Industry: National Commercial Banks
  2016 Sales 44,494,000
(Year Ending Jan 2017).
Employees: 169
  Currency: U.S. Dollars Market Cap: 220,342,136
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 23,193,909
  Share Type: Common Closely Held Shares: 7,906,184
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