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Eagle Bancorp, Inc. Announces Record Earnings With Net Income Of $40.3M For Q4
Eagle Bancorp, Inc. the parent company of EagleBank, announced Wednesday a quarterly net income of $40.3M for the three months ending Dec. 31, a 159% increase from the same period the prior year. The company also announced $152.3M in year-end net income for 2018, a 52% increase from 2017. "We are very pleased to report a continued trend of balanced and consistently strong financial performance," EagleBank CEO Ron Paul said in a release. 

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