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Axis Bank Ltd (AXBK.BO)

AXBK.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

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Mon, Feb 11 2019

India plans Axis Bank stake sale to raise up to $748 mln

Feb 11 India's government plans to sell a stake of up to 3 percent in Axis Bank Ltd in an offer that could raise up to 53.16 billion rupees ($747.8 million).

UPDATE 1-India's Axis Bank third-quarter profit beats estimates

Jan 29 India's Axis Bank Ltd more than doubled net profit in its last quarter led by former Chief Executive Shikha Sharma, driven by higher interest income and recoveries from written-off accounts.

India's Axis Bank third-quarter profit surges, beats estimates

Jan 29 Axis Bank Ltd, in its last quarter led by former Chief Executive Shikha Sharma, reported a better-than-expected 131.4 percent jump in profit on Tuesday, boosted by higher interest income backed by strong loan growth.

UPDATE 1-India's Axis Bank Q2 profit beats estimates; asset quality improves

Nov 2 Axis Bank Ltd, India's third-biggest private sector lender by assets, on Friday posted a better-than-expected 82.6 percent jump in second-quarter profit, boosted by higher interest income and as asset quality improved.

India's Axis Bank Q2 profit jumps nearly 83 pct, beats estimates

Nov 2 Axis Bank Ltd, India's third-biggest private sector lender by assets, on Friday posted a better-than-expected 82.6 percent jump in second-quarter profit, boosted by higher interest income and as asset quality improved.

India may be forced to delay Axis Bank stake sale - ET

NEW DELHI, Oct 6 India may be forced to delay selling its stake in Axis Bank Ltd because of a weak stock market, The Economic Times newspaper reported on Saturday, citing unnamed market sources and an investment banker aware of the development.

India's Axis Bank arm offers trading in commodity derivatives

MUMBAI, Aug 27 The stock-broking arm of India's Axis Bank on Monday began offering commodity derivatives trading on the Multi Commodity Exchange platform, making it the first subsidiary of a bank to offer the service.

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