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Buy
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Firstmerit Corporation (NASDAQ: FMER) reiterated to Buy by Sandler O'Neill

Thursday,  Jan 28, 2016  10:25 AM ET by Kristen Bailey

Here is more proof that the Sandler O'Neill rating can guide you in smart investing. Sandler O'Neill reiterated Firstmerit Corporation (NASDAQ: FMER) to Buy
with today's price of $18.98. Sandler O'Neill rated Firstmerit Corporation (NASDAQ: FMER) to Buy on 11/21/2012, when the price was $13.69. Firstmerit Corporation's stock price gained 39% since then.
By following the previous Sandler O'Neill's recommendation on FMER, you would have gained 39% in 1163 days.

FirstMerit Corporation (FirstMerit) is a bank holding company. FirstMerit?s principal business consists of owning and supervising its affiliates. Through its subsidiaries, the Company operates primarily as a line of business banking organization, providing a range of banking, fiduciary, financial, insurance and investment services to corporate, institutional and individual customers throughout northern and central Ohio, and western Pennsylvania. The Company?s major lines of business are commercial, retail, wealth and other. FirstMerit?s banking subsidiary is FirstMerit Bank, N.A (FirstMerit Bank). As of December 31, 2008, FirstMerit Bank operated a network of 163 full service banking offices and 188 automated teller machines.

Sandler O’Neill publishes in-depth equity research on approximately 200 financial services companies. Our analysts cover small-, mid- and large-cap banks and thrifts; specialty finance, asset management, credit card and eFinance companies; investment banks and insurers. __ We also publish frequent special reports on regional trends, industry consolidation, mutual-to-stock conversions, and other topics. Our research is especially valuable to smaller issuers that are not widely followed by “bulge bracket” Wall Street firms. Those issuers often have sufficient trading volume to attract institutional interest, yet lack quality coverage. We track larger issuers as well, providing fresh perspectives, independent thinking and deep industry knowledge.



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