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Compare Howard Bancorp, and Bank First National Earnings Before Interest Taxes and Depreciation Amortization USD Over Time
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HBMD2.9 M2.9 M3.3 M3.6 M18.1 M3.6 M10.1 M12.1 M319 K27.4 M(8.2 M)(9.4 M)(9.7 M)
BFC(3.8 M)(3.8 M)(3.8 M)(3.8 M)(3.8 M)(3.8 M)23.5 M25.4 M33.9 M36.6 M53 M63.2 M52.4 M

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