State-run Bank of Baroda's standalone net profit declined by 48 per cent to Rs 598.35 crore for the quarter ended March 31.
Markets endured immense volatility and unprecedented sell-off sessions by FIIs during the week.
Status quo on MAT cases on FIIs, drop in global oil prices, rupee regaining strength and rate cut rumours send shares soaring.
Brent at over $68 per barrel weakens the rupee to 20-month low, sends Sensex back to 6-month low.
Sensex tanks 723 points, bond yields rise and rupee weakens as a weak global manufacturing, rising crude prices, the MAT issue rattle investors.
Sells 85% of units in Project Forest Edge on day of launch
Board approves buyback of upto Rs 166 Cr At Rs 1,100/Sh
Gets environment approval for pesticide plant in Gujarat
Taj Mansingh Bidding may be delayed by a month
Business Standard Reports
BANK OF INDIA
Defers Rs 3,000 Cr QIP as Govt Infuses Rs 2,257 Cr
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