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Silvergate Capital Posts Q4 EPS Of $0.47
Silvergate Capital Reports Q3 EPS Of $0.37
Silvergate Capital Corp Posts Q2 EPS Of $0.29
Silvergate Capital Corp. is a bank holding company for Silvergate Bank, which is a provider of financial infrastructure solutions and services to participants in the digital currency industry. It has designed Silvergate Exchange Network (SEN), a network of digital currency exchanges and digital currency investors that enables the movement of the currency between participating digital currency exchanges and investors. Its services include commercial banking, business lending, commercial and residential real estate lending and mortgage warehouse lending. The commercial real estate lending activities focuses on deposit and cash management services for digital currency-related businesses, as well as mortgage warehouse and correspondent residential lending. It provides a range of deposit products and services, including a variety of checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit, online banking, mobile banking, e-Statements, bank-by-mail and direct deposit services.
4250 Executive Sq Ste 300
LA JOLLA, CA
Dennis S. Frank
Chairman of the Board
Alan J. Lane
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chief Financial Officer of the Company and the Bank
Kathleen M. Fraher
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Company and the Bank
John M. Bonino
Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer of the Company and the Bank
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Bitcoin rose strongly on Tuesday, on course to gain for a fifth straight day, in a rally that has left the cryptocurrency within touching distance of an all-time high hit last month.
Wall Street reversed course late Tuesday, with the S&P 500 and the Dow whipsawing to positive territory by the closing bell in a tug-of-war between stocks that thrived amid lockdowns and those that stand to benefit most from a reopening economy.
Wall Street reversed its losses late Tuesday, with the S&P 500 and the Dow reclaiming positive territory by the close in a tug-of-war between stocks that thrived amid lockdowns and those that stand to benefit most from a reopening economy.
* Indexes down: Dow 0.21%, S&P 0.41%, Nasdaq 1.47% (Updates to late afternoon, changes dateline, byline)
* Indexes down: Dow 0.53%, S&P 0.97%, Nasdaq 2.47% (Adds comments, updates prices to early afternoon)
* Fed's Powell says support for economy needed for "some time"
* Futures: Dow flat, S&P down 0.56%, Nasdaq down 1.81% (Adds comment, details; Updates market prices)
Futures tracking the Nasdaq index pointed to a more than 1% drop at the open on Tuesday as investors sold off high-flying technology stocks on valuation concerns ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's testimony in Congress.
Bitcoin hit a market capitalization of $1 trillion as it rose to yet another record high on Friday, countering analyst warnings that it is an "economic side show" and a poor hedge against a fall in stock prices.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average notched a record closing high on Tuesday as cyclical sectors gained on the prospect of more fiscal aid to lift the U.S. economy from a coronavirus-driven slump.
* Crypto stocks climb as bitcoin briefly surges past $50,000 (Updates to market close)
* Indexes: Dow up 0.3%, S&P up 0.1%, Nasdaq slips 0.2% (Updates to mid-afternoon trading, changes byline, adds NEW YORK to dateline)
* Indexes: Dow up 0.06%, S&P down 0.1%, Nasdaq slips 0.4% (Adds comment; updates market prices)
* Indexes up: Dow 0.35%, S&P 0.35%, Nasdaq 0.40% (Updates to market open)
* Futures up: Dow 0.52%, S&P 0.45%, Nasdaq 0.48% (Adds comment; updates market prices)
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