Selloff stuns profitable software firm

Marjanovic, Steven
January 1999
American Banker;1/25/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 15, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on investors' sale of shares of Missouri core banking software provider Jack Henry & Associates despite record earnings in the company's second quarter. Selloff happening after reports of positive results; Analysts' opinion on the reason for the selloff.


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