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#BANKBARODA BANKBARODA 25-Jun-2020 , Now @ 38.75 Look @ 40 CE Now @ 2.50 SL. 1.90 #nifty #banknifty #equity #stocks #analysis #trading #sp
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For 24-48-72 hrs.............................Buy Now and see price today evening at 3:30 PM or Monday .........Morning !!! Only #BOB #BANKOFBARODA #Future ,Now started Buying ......at 38.50-------------------UNTOUCHED BABY !! #OPENCHALLENGE ;WORST is overrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Bank of Baroda, RBL Bank, DCB Bank and PNB, and NBFCs such as Cholamandalam Financial Holdings, Shriram City Union Finance and Repco Home Finance have fallen 22-33 per cent since March 24 even as some parts of the market recovered. (2/2)
Bank of Baroda: State-run Bank of Baroda on Saturday said it can offer up to Rs 12,000 crore in loans to MSMEs under the Rs 3 lakh crore Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme (ECLGS) announced by the government.
Most active stocks in volume terms Vodafone Idea (Shares traded: 34.89 crore) , SBI (Shares traded: 8.70 crore) , ICICI Bank (Shares traded: 8.03 crore) , Bank of Baroda (Shares traded: 5.20 crore) , Axis Bank (Shares traded: 4.83 crore) ,
PVR, Aditya Birla Fashion, Bank Of Baroda, RBL Bank, Shoppers Stop, Future Retail, Oberoi Realty, PNB, Shriram City Union Finance, DCB Bank, DB Corp, AU Small Finance Bank, Repco Home Finance, Brigade Enterprises, Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services etc lost 20-50 percent.
Right now I'm playing between bank of Baroda, ptc India and indian bank. Nlc is about to come into play.. but holding it for years is also a good strategy.. Ptc India can also be held for years and years..
Good results by idfc first and dcb's results might cause a little more selling on Tuesday. Bank of Baroda lapak lo 🙌
We are committed to using all other modes of support to help the NBFC industry, says Bank of Baroda's Sanjiv Chadha.
We had adopted an opt out strategy for implementing the moratorium: Bank of Baroda's Sanjiv Chadha
#BANKBARODA : Management Interview Highlights Management participants: Mr. Sanjiv Chadha- MD & CEO
#OnCNBCTV18 | Sanjiv Chadha, MD & CEO, Bank Of Baroda says 'It will be difficult for us to craft a restructuring package'; Adds that 'Biggest positive is increase in single group limit from 25% to 30%' #RBIActs @latha_venkatesh @_prashantnair @bankofbaroda