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Indian Bank (INBA.NS)

INBA.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

15 Dec 2017
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Indian Bank offers deposits, loans and services. The Bank's segments include Treasury, Corporate/Wholesale Banking, Retail Banking and Other Banking Operations. The Company offers products under various categories, including agriculture, corporates, personal/individual, business, professional self-employed, small and medium-size... (more)


Beta: 2.14
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs183,999.70
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 480.29
Dividend: 6.00
Yield (%): 1.57


  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 20.17 16.04
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 0.01 34.69
ROE: -- 15.77 15.46

BRIEF-Indian Bank gets SEBI permission to raise capital via QIP

* Says gets SEBI permission to raise capital via QIP Source text - http://bit.ly/2A2r5wG Further company coverage:

Nov 23 2017

BRIEF-Indian Bank Sept-qtr domestic NIM at 2.92 pct

* Says domestic NIM grew by 22 bps to 2.92 percent in Sept quarter Source text: http://bit.ly/2j6yzHT Further company coverage:

Nov 06 2017

BRIEF-Indian Bank Sept qtr profit up about 11 pct

* Sept quarter net profit 4.52 billion rupees versus net profit of 4.05 billion rupees year ago

Nov 06 2017

Fitch: Weak Capital Drives Negative Indian Bank Sector Outlook

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) Link to Fitch Ratings' Report: Indian Banks FY17 Report Card https://www.fitchratings.com/site/re/903253 MUMBAI, September 14 (Fitch) Indian banks' sector outlook will likely remain negative in the future as their weak financial performance and vulnerable core capitalisation continue to put pressure on intrinsic creditworthiness, says Fitch Ratings. State banks remain the most at risk as persistent losses have battered their weak capita

Sep 14 2017

BRIEF-Indian Bank June-qtr profit up 21 pct

* June quarter net profit 3.72 billion rupees versus net profit of 3.07 billion rupees year ago

Jul 21 2017

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