State Bank of India (SBIN.NS)

NSE - NSE Delayed Price. Currency in INR
258.00+2.60 (+1.02%)
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Prev Close255.40
Bid258.00 x
Ask0.00 x
Day's Range254.00 - 258.80
52wk Range148.25 - 271.60
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap2T
P/E Ratio (ttm)23.25
Avg Vol (3m)15,911,221
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
  • Reuters8 days ago

    Security breach feared in up to 3.25 mln Indian debit cards

    A slew of banks in India are replacing or asking their customers to change security codes of as many as 3.25 million debit cards due to fears that the card data may have been stolen in one of the country's largest-ever cyber security incidents. Card network providers Visa, MasterCard, and home-grown RuPay run by the National Payments Corp of India (NPCI) swung into action in September after receiving complaints from some banks that their clients' cards had been fraudulently used mainly in China and the United States even though they were in India, said the chief of NPCI, which also runs the biggest network of shared ATMs.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    India's Piramal to partner Bain Capital for distressed-debt investment

    India's Piramal Enterprises Ltd said it would partner Bain Capital to invest in distressed assets, becoming the latest entrant in the space as the nation's banks are on a drive to clean up $120 billion of sour debt. The diversified company, headed by billionaire Ajay Piramal, has previously talked about plans to set up a distressed assets fund with an investment of up to $1 billion. India's banks are cleaning up their books after an order by their regulator Reserve Bank of India, creating more opportunity for investors in distressed assets.

  • Bloomberg3 months ago

    State Bank of India Shares Rally on Soured Debt ‘Surprise’

    State Bank of India, the country’s largest lender by assets, climbed to an eight-month high in Mumbai stock trading as the firm reported a smaller increase in soured debt than expected in the first quarter....