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State Bank of India (SBI.BO)

SBI.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

276.55INR
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Rs3.95 (+1.45%)
Prev Close
Rs272.60
Open
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Volume
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Rs351.50
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Fri, Feb 16 2018

BRIEF-State Bank Of India Approves Issue Price of 300.82 Rupees/Shr For Preferential Issue To India Govt

* SAYS APPROVED ISSUE PRICE ‍AT 300.82 RUPEES PER SHARE FOR PREFERENTIAL ISSUE TO INDIA GOVERNMENT Source text: http://bit.ly/2EN8Z47 Further company coverage:

Sensex ends lower; SBI drags

Indian shares ended lower on Wednesday, pulled down by state-run lenders such as State Bank of India which fell after the Reserve Bank of India recently unveiled tough rules for loan restructuring.

Indian shares end lower; SBI drags

Feb 14 Indian shares ended lower on Wednesday, pulled down by state-run lenders such as State Bank of India which fell after the central bank recently unveiled tough rules for loan restructuring.

Sensex ends higher; SBI drops

Indian shares rose on Monday, rebounding from their biggest weekly drop since August, but State Bank of India dropped after posting a surprise quarterly loss on Friday.

Indian shares end higher; SBI drops

* Healthcare stocks recover after losses were seen as overdone

Breakingviews - State Bank of India picks right time to pivot

MUMBAI (Reuters Breakingviews) - An era of reckless lending is proving hard to shake off. On Friday, State Bank of India, the country’s largest lender, reported an unexpected dip into the red. It’s a poor start to the tenure of new Chairman Rajnish Kumar, but at least he has a good idea of where the bank is headed.

BREAKINGVIEWS-State Bank of India picks right time to pivot

MUMBAI, Feb 12 (Reuters Breakingviews) - An era of reckless lending is proving hard to shake off. On Friday, State Bank of India, the country’s largest lender, reported an unexpected dip into the red. It’s a poor start to the tenure of new Chairman Rajnish Kumar, but at least he has a good idea of where the bank is headed.

Bad loans hurt Indian state banks, push SBI to surprise third-quarter loss

MUMBAI State Bank of India, the nation's top lender by assets, reported a surprise third-quarter net loss on higher bad-loan provisions and lower trading income, but it said it expected an improvement in performance in the next financial year.

UPDATE 2-Bad loans hurt Indian state banks, push SBI to surprise Q3 loss

* Three smaller state-run banks report losses (Adds SBI management comment, details)

BRIEF-India's SBI sees stressed assets portfolio falling

Feb 9 State Bank Of India Chairman Rajnish Kumar On A Conference Call After Q3 Results:

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