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HDFC Bank nears all-time high ahead of Q4 results

HDFC Bank is trading higher by 1.8% at Rs 539

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is trading higher by 1.8% at Rs 539.70, near its all-time high of Rs 539.90 ahead of the financial results for the fourth quarter ended March 2012, scheduled to be declared today.

India’s second largest private sector lender is likely to post a 28% year-on-year growth in net profit at Rs 1,427 crore for the fourth quarter of FY12, according to Kotak Securities. (NII) is seen at Rs 3,259 crore versus Rs 2,840 crore, up 15%, y-o-y.

A combined 1.92 million shares have already changed hands so far, against an average around 2.5 million shares that were traded daily in past two weeks on the and BSE.

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HDFC Bank nears all-time high ahead of Q4 results

HDFC Bank is trading higher by 1.8% at Rs 539

HDFC Bank is trading higher by 1.8% at Rs 539.70, near its all-time high of Rs 539.90 ahead of the financial results for the fourth quarter ended March 2012, scheduled to be declared today.

is trading higher by 1.8% at Rs 539.70, near its all-time high of Rs 539.90 ahead of the financial results for the fourth quarter ended March 2012, scheduled to be declared today.

India’s second largest private sector lender is likely to post a 28% year-on-year growth in net profit at Rs 1,427 crore for the fourth quarter of FY12, according to Kotak Securities. (NII) is seen at Rs 3,259 crore versus Rs 2,840 crore, up 15%, y-o-y.

A combined 1.92 million shares have already changed hands so far, against an average around 2.5 million shares that were traded daily in past two weeks on the and BSE.

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