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Harleysville Savings Q2 Profit Rises - Quick Facts

4/18/2012 11:59 AM ET

Harleysville Savings Financial Corp. (HARL: Quote), Wednesday, reported a rise in profit for the second quarter.

The Harleysville, Pennsylvania-based company reported a second-quarter net profit of $1.22 million or $0.32 per share, compared to $1.09 million or $0.29 per share last year.

Net interest income for the quarter grew to $4.78 million from $4.53 million, where as net interest income after provision for loan losses increased to $4.53 million from $4.35 million in the prior-year quarter.

For the quarter, the company declared a 5.7 percent increase in cash dividend of $.20 per share, payable on May 23 to stockholders of record on May 9.

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