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Yes Bank Ltd (YESB.NS)

YESB.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

141.20INR
24 May 2019
Change (% chg)

Rs1.45 (+1.04%)
Prev Close
Rs139.75
Open
Rs141.00
Day's High
Rs142.90
Day's Low
Rs139.50
Volume
45,274,708
Avg. Vol
56,317,777
52-wk High
Rs404.00
52-wk Low
Rs132.45

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Wed, May 15 2019

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Nifty, Sensex end in the red; Yes Bank marks lowest close in three years

BENGALURU Indian shares shed early gains to end lower on Wednesday, dented by Yes Bank Ltd and Tata Motors Ltd, as uncertainty over the outcome of the general elections and ongoing Sino-U.S. trade dispute kept sentiment fragile.

Indian shares end in the red; Yes Bank marks lowest close in 3 yrs

BENGALURU, May 15 Indian shares shed early gains to end lower on Wednesday, dented by Yes Bank Ltd and Tata Motors Ltd, as uncertainty over the outcome of the general elections and ongoing Sino-U.S. trade dispute kept sentiment fragile.

BUZZ-Yes Bank drops as India's cenbank appoints director in rare move

** Shares of private-sector lender fall ~7% to 145.25 rupees, lowest since March 2016

BUZZ-India's Yes Bank at over 5-1/2 month low; technicals suggest more downside

** Shares of Yes Bank Ltd fall as much as 4.8% to 148.3 rupees, lowest since Nov. 29, 2018

BUZZ-India's Yes Bank slips on ICRA rating downgrade

** Shares of Yes Bank Ltd fall as much as 5 pct to 167.05 rupees

Sensex inches lower as Yes Bank tumbles

Indian shares closed slightly lower on Tuesday, with Yes Bank Ltd posting its biggest ever drop as rising bad loans dragged the private-sector lender to a shock quarterly loss.

Indian shares inch lower as Yes Bank tumbles

April 30 Indian shares closed slightly lower on Tuesday, with Yes Bank Ltd posting its biggest ever drop as rising bad loans dragged the private-sector lender to a shock quarterly loss.

BUZZ-India's Yes Bank plunges on shock qtrly loss due to bad loans

** Indian private-sector lender Yes Bank's shares plunge 30 pct — sees its worst day in over 7 months

Yes Bank shares sink after shock quarterly loss, rising bad loans

BENGALURU Investors sold out of Indian lender Yes Bank Ltd on Tuesday after rising bad loans triggered its first quarterly loss and brokerage Macquarie Research set a rare double-downgrade on the company's stock.

UPDATE 2-India's Yes Bank shares sink after shock quarterly loss, rising bad loans

* Macquarie Research double-downgrades stock to 'underperform'

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