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Bank Nifty up 2%; HDFC Bank, IndusInd Bank at record highs
Posted on 20th October 2014
Gains in bank shares have lifted the Bank Nifty near its 52-week high on expectations of more reforms to push the economy on the growth track after Narendra Modi-led BJP emerged as the largest party in Maharashtra, the country's largest industrial State and is poised to form a government in Haryana after acquiring a majority.

State-owned banks which led the Bank Nifty include PNB, SBI, Bank of India, Bank of Baroda and Canara Bank up 1.8-3.5% each.


Bank of Baroda becomes 8th bank to approve stock split this year
Posted on 29th September 2014
Mumbai: Bank of Baroda on Monday said its board has approved a stock split wherein one existing equity share will be split into five, subject to regulatory approvals. With this, it is now the eighth bank this year to take the route to make its stock more affordable to smaller shareholders.

In its filing to BSE, Bank of Baroda said that in a meeting held on 27 September, the board had considered and given its in-principle approval to the bank for the sub-division of one existing equity share of face value of Rs.10 each fully paid up into five equity shares of face value of Rs.2 each fully paid up.


Good entry point in ITC, BoB, Idea
Posted on 27th June 2014
Owing to the all-round rally after the election results, most stocks are trading at rich valuations. Surprisingly, however, some prominent stocks haven’t participated in this rally— between May 16 and June 25, ITC, United Breweries, Adani Enterprises, Bank of Baroda (BoB) and Idea Cellular (Idea) were the top losers among BSE 100 stocks. Three of these—ITC, BoB and Idea — are among the top picks of brokerages and, therefore, offer a buying opportunity.

State-owned banks get busy evaluating non-core assets
Posted on 26th June 2014
Mumbai: Nudged by the finance ministry, public sector banks have started valuing their non-core assets to divest stake when suitable buyers are found.

Non-core assets are investments by banks not related to lending and borrowing. These investments lie in the bank’s treasury books.


18 PSU banks failed to meet target of setting ATMs
Posted on 16th June 2014
Eighteen public sector banks, including SBI and PNB, failed to fulfil the target for installing ATMs during 2013-14, leaving more than over 9,300 branches without cash vending machines. As part of the target, a total of 34,668 onsite ATMs were to be installed by PSU banks during the last fiscal.

However, they could set up only 25,331 such machines by March 2014, thus falling short by 9,337, as per Finance Ministry data. Installation of Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs), especially by public sector lenders, has been a major priority for the government's efforts to ensure financial inclusion. Pursuant to Budget 2013-14 announcement, public sector banks were required to ensure an onsite ATM in ever branch.


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