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First Interstate Bank Rings NASDAQ Closing Bell

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Representatives from Montana's "First Interstate Bank" were chosen to ring the closing bell of the NASDAQ in New York City.

First Interstate's president said when the bank first opened its stock was at $14.50, but that amount has been increasing since, and is now trading for about twice that.

"It's really exciting. We've been on the NASDAQ for four years, and our stock is doing well, so we couldn't be more proud to watch our family members and management get up there and ring the bell," said First Interstate Vice President, Sue Larew. 

First Interstate Bank operates at more 74 banking offices throughout Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota.

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