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Kentucky First Federal Bancorp  (KFFB)
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Significant Earnings per Share Deterioration at the Kentucky First Federal Bancorp all along the financial first quarter of 2022

KFFB announced first quarter of 2022 operating profit of $0.489 millions

Published 2022-11-16T08:03:05+00:00
Goran Soko / CSIMarket.com Contributer

Savings_Bank_By_Ccyyrree_(Own_work)__(Own_work)_[CC-BY-SA-3.0_(http_creativecommons.org_licenses_by-sa_3.0)]_via_Wikimedia_CommonsIn the first quarter of 2022 financial report the company reported soft top and bottom-line, where income per share dropped by -28.57 % and revenue by -11.562 % year on year. Revenue were to $2.42 millions in proportion to $2.73 millions eps at $0.05 in contrast to $0.07 in the corresponding three months a year before.

From the previous quarter, EPS grown rapidly by 117.87 % from $0.02 per share and Revenues advanced by 8.337 % from $2.23 millions.


Net income of $0.373 millions in the financial first quarter of 2022 fell by -34.33 % from 0 in the corresponding period a year before. Looking further into financial first quarter of 2022 Kentucky First Federal Bancorp's profitability, operating margin mitigated to 20.23%, and net margin shrank to 15.43%.
Operating earnings, fell -34.97% to $0.489 millions, squeezing Kentucky First Federal Bancorp's operating margin to %.

Kentucky First Federal Bancorp is expected to report next financial recent numbers on February 13, 2023.


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