Columbia Banking System, (COLB) down 1.98% for October 11


Shares of Columbia Banking System, Inc. (NASDAQ: COLB) fell 1.98%, or $ 0.8 per share, to close Monday at $ 39.57. After opening the day at $ 40.68, shares of Columbia Banking System have fluctuated between $ 40.86 and $ 39.53. The hands traded 277,816 shares, down from their 30-day average of 658,249. Monday’s activity brought the market cap of Columbia Banking System to $ 2,839,829,172.

About Columbia Banking System, Inc.

Based in Tacoma, Wash., Columbia Banking System, Inc. is the holding company for Columbia Bank, a full-service commercial bank licensed by the State of Washington with operations throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho. The bank has been named one of the “Best Places to Work in Washington” more than 10 times by the Puget Sound Business Journal and was recently ranked # 1 for customer satisfaction with retail banking in the region. Northwest by JD Power in the 2020 US Retail Banking Satisfaction Survey. Columbia was named the Northwest’s # 1 bank on the Forbes 2020 list of “America’s Best Banks” scoring nearly 10 consecutive years on the publication’s list of top financial institutions. More information about Columbia can be found on its website at www.columbiabank.com. Columbia Bank received the highest score in the Northwest region of the JD Power 2020 US Retail Bank Satisfaction Survey for customer satisfaction with their own retail bank.

Visit the Columbia Banking System, Inc. profile for more information.

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