Auburn National Bancorporation Inc. Common Stock (NASDAQ:AUBN)

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Auburn National Bancorporation, Inc. is the bank holding company for AuburnBank. The Bank's business consists of accepting demand, savings, and time deposits; making loans to consumers, businesses, and other institutions; investments in money market instruments, U.S. government and agency obligations, and state, county, and municipal bonds; and other financial services....

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