NDTV Profit

Hdfc Bank Bad Loans


'Hdfc Bank Bad Loans' - 19 News Result(s)

  • HDFC Bank Q4 Net Rises 18%; NPA Provisioning Rises

    HDFC Bank Q4 Net Rises 18%; NPA Provisioning Rises

    Gross non-performing assets (NPA) of the bank as a percentage of total advances rose to 1.05 per cent during the March quarter, from 0.94 per cent in the same quarter of 2015 -16 fiscal.

  • Sensex Down Over 200 Points; ITC, Hindustan Unilever Fall Ahead Of Q2

    Sensex Down Over 200 Points; ITC, Hindustan Unilever Fall Ahead Of Q2

    Axis Bank was the top Nifty loser, the stock slumped over 7 per cent to hit intraday low of Rs 490 after the bank's net profit came in much lower than expectations and bad loans rose sharply in Q2.

  • Private Sector Banks Reap Q2 Profit Boost; Bad Loans Ease

    Private Sector Banks Reap Q2 Profit Boost; Bad Loans Ease

    HDFC Bank, the nation's second-biggest private sector lender, said on Tuesday net profit for July-September climbed 20 percent from a year ago to Rs 3,455 crore ($517 million), just beating analysts' estimate of Rs 3,415 crore.

  • No Major Exposure To Stressed Sectors: HDFC Bank

    No Major Exposure To Stressed Sectors: HDFC Bank

    HDFC Bank, which for the first time in recent years reported a spike in bad loans, on Thursday dismissed worries on the non-performing assets (NPAs) front, saying it does not have a stressed assets portfolio.

  • HDFC Bank Says 'Comfortable' With Higher Bad Loans In Q1

    HDFC Bank Says 'Comfortable' With Higher Bad Loans In Q1

    HDFC Bank Ltd said it was "comfortable" with the rise in bad loans in its fiscal first quarter as the nation's second-biggest private sector lender by assets reported net profit rose by a fifth in line with analysts' estimates.

  • HDFC Bank's Q1 Net Of Rs 3,239 Crore Meets Estimates, Bad Loans Up

    HDFC Bank's Q1 Net Of Rs 3,239 Crore Meets Estimates, Bad Loans Up

    However, HDFC Bank's gross bad loans as a percentage of total loans rose to 1.04 per cent as of June 30, from 0.94 per cent as of end-March.

  • Morgan Stanley Bets On Private Banks, NBFCs, Retains 'Sell' On PSU Lenders

    Morgan Stanley Bets On Private Banks, NBFCs, Retains 'Sell' On PSU Lenders

    Morgan Stanley expects private lenders and non-banking finance companies to continue to outperform their public sector counterparts at a time when the domestic economy is showing signs of recovery.

  • HDFC Bank's Q4 Profit Jumps 20%, Bad Loan Ratio Eases

    HDFC Bank's Q4 Profit Jumps 20%, Bad Loan Ratio Eases

    India's biggest private sector lender by market value surprised with 24 per cent jump in net interest income (interest earned on loans minus interest given on deposits). Analysts said rising NII is good for the banking system as it indicates robust credit growth.

  • Banks See A Plunge In Advance Tax Payments As Bad Loans Bite

    Banks See A Plunge In Advance Tax Payments As Bad Loans Bite

    Bad loans have hit the banking sector's advance tax payouts for March quarter, with SBI paying a 60 per cent lower tax, ICICI Bank showing a marginal increase, while HDFC Bank posting a 14 per cent growth in tax liability.

  • HDFC Bank Q3 Profit Up 20% As Expected, Bad Loans Rise

    HDFC Bank Q3 Profit Up 20% As Expected, Bad Loans Rise

    Net interest income - the difference between interest earned and interest paid - rose 24 per cent annually to Rs 7,068 crore and came ahead of Street estimates.

  • HDFC Bank Eyes Green Shoots as Companies Borrow Again

    HDFC Bank Eyes Green Shoots as Companies Borrow Again

    The combination of a more conservative stance among state-run banks - hit by bad loans - and a lack of demand as the economy slowed, has held back Indian business lending. But there are signs of a change.

  • HDFC Bank Q1 Net Up 21%, Bad Loans Rise

    HDFC Bank Q1 Net Up 21%, Bad Loans Rise

    The Mumbai-based lender said net profit rose to Rs 2,696 crore for its fiscal first quarter to June 30, from Rs 2,233 crore reported a year earlier.

  • HDFC Bank Sees Strong Loan Growth After Profit Rises

    HDFC Bank Sees Strong Loan Growth After Profit Rises

    HDFC Bank's net interest income grew 21.4 per cent in the March quarter as advances rose 20.6 per cent. Net interest margin was stable at 4.4 per cent. Bad loans as a percentage of total loans was at 0.9 per cent compared with 1 per cent in the third quarter.

  • Sensex Tumbles 450 Points as PSU Banks Crash

    Sensex Tumbles 450 Points as PSU Banks Crash

    The BSE Sensex plunged 450 points on Friday, while the broader Nifty dropped 130 points to below 8,850 amid a selloff in state-run lenders. The sub-index of PSU banks plunged over 5 per cent after Bank of Baroda reported a 69 per cent fall in quarterly profit due to higher provisions for bad loans and a surge in tax expenses.

  • Private banks shun asset reconstruction firm route to offload bad assets

    Private banks shun asset reconstruction firm route to offload bad assets

    Even as the public sector banks have made a beeline to dispose of their bad loans to the asset reconstruction companies (ARCs) in the March quarter, private banks are not only unenthused in adopting this route, but have also virtually shunned this.

  • State banks show signs of recovery as bad loans drop

    State banks show signs of recovery as bad loans drop

    State-run lenders in India posted a sharper decline in bad loans than expected in the March quarter, raising investor hopes that the worst is past for a sector hurt by the slowest economic growth in a decade.

  • HDFC Bank says not much pressure on asset quality

    HDFC Bank says not much pressure on asset quality

    HDFC Bank is not seeing much pressure on asset quality, although there may be an uptick in bad loans for some products, executive director Paresh Sukthankar said on Friday.

  • In India, some farmers take banks for a ride

    In India, some farmers take banks for a ride

    Subprime farmers are abusing the cheap loan system, but they are giving banks a multi-billion-dollar headache.

Advertisement

Advertisement