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First Busey (BUSE) falls 0.51% to Close at $25.40 on October 12

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The shares of First Busey Corp. (NASDAQ: BUSE) fell 0.51%, or $ 0.13 per share, to close at $ 25.40 on Tuesday. After opening the day at $ 25.46, First Busey’s shares fluctuated between $ 25.66 and $ 25.32. 94,263 shares traded compared to the 30-day average of 166,802. Tuesday’s activity brought First Busey’s market cap to $ 1,429,201,485.

First Busey is headquartered in Urbana, Illinois.

About First Busey Corp.

Cummins-American Corp. is the holding company of Glenview State Bank, a locally owned and operated private bank founded in 1921 with nearly 150 employees currently and seven offices in Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). Glenview State Bank is committed to personal service and honest solutions by actively engaging in the communities it serves.

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