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State Bank of India (SBIN.NS)

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423.30+3.55 (+0.85%)
As of 12:13PM IST. Market open.
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Previous close419.75
Open423.00
Bid423.25 x 0
Ask423.30 x 0
Day's range420.65 - 425.45
52-week range175.50 - 441.95
Volume16,004,558
Avg. volume48,978,890
Market cap3.778T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.07
PE ratio (TTM)16.86
EPS (TTM)25.10
Earnings date29 Jul 2021 - 02 Aug 2021
Forward dividend & yield4.00 (0.97%)
Ex-dividend date03 Jun 2021
1y target est348.98
  • Analyst Optimism Reaches 17-Year High for India’s Largest Lender
    Bloomberg

    Analyst Optimism Reaches 17-Year High for India’s Largest Lender

    (Bloomberg) -- Market watchers haven’t been this bullish on State Bank of India in almost two decades, as they bet on the lender’s improving asset quality to help it weather the pandemic.Among 48 analysts who cover the stock, 47 recommend buy and only one has a hold rating -- a ratio of 98% that’s the highest since June 2004, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The consensus 12-month price target calls for an 18% gain, nearly double that for the benchmark S&P BSE Sensex Index.Strategists ex

  • Biggest India Bank Torn Between BlackRock and Funding Coal
    Bloomberg

    Biggest India Bank Torn Between BlackRock and Funding Coal

    (Bloomberg) -- India’s biggest bank is caught between investors like Larry Fink and Narendra Modi.State Bank of India needs to finance coal projects to meet the Indian leader’s push to electrify more homes, yet it wants to back renewable projects to appease global money managers including Fink’s BlackRock Inc., Storebrand ASA and Amundi SA. For now it’s doing a bit of both.“Investors’ concerns are very important to us, we take them into consideration,” the lender’s head of corporate banking and

  • India's top lender SBI confident on asset quality after posting record profit
    Reuters

    India's top lender SBI confident on asset quality after posting record profit

    BENGALURU (Reuters) -Top lender State Bank of India sought to allay concerns about its asset quality and forecast credit growth in low double digits for the full year, after reporting earnings that were well above estimates for the final quarter of fiscal 2021. "We expect credit growth to be 10% (for the full year) if hopefully the second wave of COVID-19 is behind us by the close of this quarter," Chairman Dinesh Khara said on a post-earnings call. Siddharth Purohit, research analyst at SMC Institutional Equities, however, said it would be difficult to reach double-digit credit growth as corporate borrowing remained slow.