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Bank of Baroda Ltd (BOB.NS)

BOB.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

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Bank of Baroda is engaged in providing various services, such as personal banking, corporate banking, international banking, small and medium enterprise (SME) banking, rural banking, non-resident Indian (NRI) services and treasury services. The Bank's segments include Treasury, Corporate/Wholesale Banking, Retail Banking and... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.22
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs326,729.81
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 2,304.16
Dividend: 1.20
Yield (%): 0.85

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 19.52 16.44
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 0.00 10.62
ROE: -- 16.11 14.20

BRIEF-Bank of Baroda approves proposal to raise capital worth 60 bln rupees

* Approved proposal to raise equity capital worth 60 billion rupees via rights issue or QIP‍​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

21 Nov 2017

BRIEF-Bank of Baroda CEO says co trying to contain net NPA at current level

Nov 14 Bank of Baroda CEO P.S. Jayakumar speaking at a news conference:

14 Nov 2017

India's Bank of Baroda Q2 profit falls, misses estimates

Nov 14 State-run Bank of Baroda Ltd reported a 36 percent fall in second-quarter net profit on Tuesday, hurt by higher provisions for bad loans.

14 Nov 2017

BRIEF-Bank of Baroda approves issuance of AT-1 capital bonds

* Says finance committee of bank approved issuance of AT-1 capital bonds for minimum amount of INR 5 billion with green shoe option‍​ Source text - http://bit.ly/2fX6VZl Further company coverage:

10 Oct 2017

Indian shares rise for 4th session; Inflation data awaited

Sept 12 Indian shares rose for the fourth straight session on Tuesday, led by gains in Tata Steel Ltd and Bank of Baroda Ltd, with investors keeping an eye out for inflation data due later in the day.

12 Sep 2017

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