HDFC Bank Ltd (HDBK.BO)
18 Jul 2018
Mon, Jun 4 2018
** HDFC Bank Ltd, the largest Indian bank by market cap, falls as much as 2.49 pct to 2,058 rupees, in its sharpest intraday drop since April 23
Indian shares ended lower on Friday, weighed down by losses in financials stocks such as HDFC Bank Ltd, while gains in auto stocks including Maruti Suzuki Ltd and Bajaj Auto Ltd capped losses.
June 1 Indian shares ended lower on Friday, weighed down by losses in financials stocks such as HDFC Bank Ltd, while gains in auto stocks including Maruti Suzuki Ltd and Bajaj Auto Ltd capped losses.
** Shares of lender HDFC Bank Ltd rise as much as 3.8 pct to an all-time high of 2,126.45 rupees; biggest intraday pct gain since July 2017
** HDFC Bank Ltd, the second-biggest Indian lender by assets, rises as much as 1.2 pct to 1,979 rupees ($29.91); stock among biggest drivers of gains on NSE index
MUMBAI Fourth-quarter net profit at HDFC Bank Ltd slightly missed estimates as a result of higher bad loans, although it still rose by about a fifth to a record on Saturday.
MUMBAI, April 21 HDFC Bank Ltd, the second-biggest Indian lender by assets, on Saturday reported fourth-quarter net profit rose about a fifth to a record, although its bad loans ticked up.
* SAYS CO PROPOSES TO RAISE FUNDS UP TO A TOTAL AMOUNT OF 500 BILLION RUPEES IN NEXT TWELVE MONTHS VIA PRIVATE PLACEMENT
* APPOINTED RAHUL SHUKLA AS HEAD OF CORPORATE AND BUSINESS BANKING Source text: [HDFC Bank Ltd., has appointed Mr. Rahul Shukla as the Head of Corporate and Business Banking. Designated Group Head - Corporate and Business Banking, Mr. Shukla joins HDFC Bank after a stint of over 25 years with Citibank where he rose to be Head of Corporate Bank - South Asia. He will report to Mr. Kaizad Bharucha, Executive Director, who heads the Wholesale Banking business, which contributed to about 45 per cent
BRIEF-HDFC Bank Says SEBI Directed To Conduct Internal Inquiry Into Leakage Of UPSI Relating To Financial Figures
* SEBI DIRECTED BANK ON FEB 23 TO STRENGTHEN PROCESSES/SYSTEMS/CONTROLS TO ENSURE INSTANCES OF LEAKAGE OF UPSI DO NOT RECUR IN FUTURE