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HDFC Bank Limited (HDB)

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74.48-0.30 (-0.40%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
74.48 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 05:52PM EDT
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Previous close74.78
Open75.23
Bid74.44 x 1100
Ask74.87 x 1400
Day's range74.48 - 75.47
52-week range43.40 - 84.70
Volume1,324,927
Avg. volume1,477,043
Market cap136.995B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.89
PE ratio (TTM)189.76
EPS (TTM)0.39
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date31 Jul 2019
1y target est94.00
  • HDFC Bank Commits To Becoming Carbon Neutral By 2031-32
    Business Wire

    HDFC Bank Commits To Becoming Carbon Neutral By 2031-32

    HDFC Bank today announced plans to become carbon neutral by 2031-32.

  • A Sizzling Rally Lures India’s Top Bank to Do More Equity Deals
    Bloomberg

    A Sizzling Rally Lures India’s Top Bank to Do More Equity Deals

    (Bloomberg) -- A hot equity market in India is prompting HDFC Bank Ltd. to try to muscle in on the action as companies raise record levels of funding.The government has flooded the market with money in response to one of the world’s worst outbreaks of coronavirus, pushing stocks to dizzying levels and helping companies to boost capital buffers. Despite being India’s most valuable lender, HDFC Bank so far hasn’t been able to exploit its strong balance sheet to make inroads into this competitive market.“We will do whatever it takes to reach there -- hire more people, grow more people from inside and even enter into partnerships,” Rakesh Singh, group head of investment banking, private banking, marketing and products at HDFC Bank, said in an interview. “As we build our distribution network a larger share of the equity capital market deals will come our way.”It may be easier said than done for a relatively late starter like HDFC Bank to grab a bigger share of the market as it grapples with uncertainty over its asset quality. The country’s second-largest lender will have to fight it out with veteran local players including ICICI Bank Ltd., Axis Bank Ltd. and State Bank of India.HDFC Bank has lagged in recent years as it focused on its fast-growing core business of lending and deposits rather than investment banking. The Mumbai-based company ranked number 16 for overall equity deals business last year, and number 29 in 2019, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.“It’s a cut-throat market where big corporates prefer to work with dominant and well-established bankers with existing relationships who can offer them the best pricing,” said Siddharth Purohit, an analyst at SMC Global Securities Ltd. “Unless HDFC Bank offers something really attractive it will not be easy for them to grow this business quickly and get the big-ticket deals.”Read more about tests facing the Indian economyIndia’s stocks have extended their climb, reflecting investor optimism that the economy will rebound strongly from devastation caused by the coronavirus. The benchmark index was up 0.7% on Monday, close to its record high in February.Companies raised 789 billion rupees ($10.9 billion) so far this year through the equity markets, a 9.3% increase from last year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That’s after an unprecedented 2.2 trillion rupees of deals in 2020.(Updates fifth paragraph to show HDFC Bank’s business focus, updates stock index in 7th paragraph.)More stories like this are available on bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

  • HDFC Bank falls 4% as rising COVID-19 cases weigh
    Reuters

    HDFC Bank falls 4% as rising COVID-19 cases weigh

    Shares of India's top private-sector lender HDFC Bank Ltd fell almost 4% on Monday, dragging the Nifty private-sector bank index down, as investors sold off positions on worries that rising COVID-19 cases would hurt the asset quality of banks. "Due to rising cases, lockdowns have been announced in some parts of the country, and this will have an impact on asset quality of the banks, resulting in higher NPAs," Anita Gandhi, a whole time director at Arihat Capital, said. HDFC Bank over the weekend said its board had approved its proposal to raise 500 billion rupees in the next 12 months through a private placement, and added that the second wave of coronavirus infections, will continue to impact the bank's results.