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Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) Q4
-Net profit at Rs 268.3 crore versus Rs 58.9 crore (YoY) –
NII at Rs 1,411 crore versus Rs 1,296 crore (YoY)
-Net NPAs at 3.20 percent versus 3.24 percent (QoQ)
-Gross NPAs at 4.98 percent versus 5.27 percent (QoQ)
-Capital adequacy ratio (Basel-III) at 10.78 percent versus 10.99 percent (QoQ) –
Provisions at Rs 1,204 crore versus Rs 811 crore (QoQ), versus Rs 1,186 crore (YoY)
-Provision write-back at Rs 324 crore –
IOB says saw good recoveries & upgrades in Q4 From boardroom: IOB says –
Q4 recoveries at Rs 438 crore -RBI allowed bank to use 1/3rd of provisions to cover NPAs
-Q4 upgrades at Rs 464 crore -Fresh slippages at Rs 2,275 crore
Bharti Airtel Q4
-Consolidated net profit at Rs 962 crore versus Rs 610 crore (QoQ) -Consolidated revenue at Rs 22,219 crore versus Rs 21,938 crore (QoQ) -Consolidated EBITDA at Rs 7,307 crore versus Rs 7,093 crore (QoQ) -Consolidated operating margin at 32.9 percent versus 32.33 percent (QoQ) -Africa ARPU at USD 5.5 versus USD 5.8 (QoQ) -India ARPU at Rs 196 versus Rs 195 (QoQ) -Africa revenue at USD 1,145 million versus USD 1,165 million (QoQ) -Africa EBITDA at USD 290 million versus USD 300 million (QoQ) -Africa EBITDA margin at 25.3 percent versus 25.75 percent (QoQ) -Wireless revenue at Rs 12,083 crore versus Rs 11,644 crore (QoQ) -Consolidated exceptional loss at Rs 233.3 crore
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Nifty 7000 Call & 6500 Put witnessed maximum Open Interest build up
Nifty 7000 Call added 3.2 lakh shares in Open Interest on April 29
Nifty 6500 Put added 1.7 lakh shares in Open Interest
Nifty 6800 Call added 3.23 lakh shares in Open Interest
Nifty 6700 Put added 2.6 lakh shares in Open Interest
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Equity benchmarks bounced back after three-day of losses, supported by banking & financials, oil & gas and auto stocks. The Sensex rose 182.74 points to 22648.93 and the Nifty climbed 51.25 points to 6766.50. About 1217 shares have advanced, 521 shares declined, and 66 shares are unchanged.
Asian stocks were mixed on Wednesday as investors awaited the latest policy decisions in Japan and the US. The Bank of Japan is due out with its policy decision, its first since the consumption tax hike on April 1, but analysts do not expect any major changes at this meeting.
Wall St ends up on earnings, rebound in high-growth shares China’s Shanghai Composite was up 0.12 percent or 2.43 points at 2,022.77. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng shed 0.33 percent or 73.63 points at 22,380.26. Japan’s Nikkei was up 0.67 percent or 95.41 points at 14,383.64. Singapore’s Straits Times added 0.81 percent or 26.08 points at 3,263.82. South Korea’s Seoul Composite rose 0.24 percent or 4.65 points at 1,969.42. Taiwan’s Taiwan Weighted was down 0.22 percent or 19.75 points at 8,852.36.
US stocks rose on Tuesday, boosted by upbeat results from companies including Merck & Co and a rebound in Facebook and other high-growth shares.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 86.63 points or 0.53 percent, to 16,535.37, the S&P 500 gained 8.9 points or 0.48 percent, to 1,878.33 and the Nasdaq Composite added 29.14 points or 0.72 percent, to 4,103.54.
Indian ADRs ended mixed on Tuesday.
In the banking space, ICICI Bank ADR was up 0.05 percent at USD 43.40 and
HDFC Bank gained 0.51 percent at USD 39.75.
In the IT space, Infosys ADR rose 0.66 percent at USD 53.27 and
Wipro was down 0.5 percent at USD 11.97.
In the other sectors, Tata Motors was unchanged at USD 37.17 and
Dr Reddy’s Laboratories declined 0.25 percent at USD 44.62.
U.S. stocks dropped on Friday, pulled lower by a selloff in consumer discretionary stocks as bellwether names Amazon.com and Ford Motor fell in the wake of their quarterly earnings.
Amazon was the S&P 500’s worst performer, down 9.9 percent to $303.83, and other high-flying sectors dropped along with it. Social media names slid, with Twitter losing 7.1 percent to $41.61, and the Nasdaq Biotechnology Index falling 2.4 percent as investors once again shied away from riskier sectors