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Dip in PAT, weak asset quality: What to track in Bank of Baroda's Q3 result

HSBC pegs Bank of Baroda's Q3FY21 net profit at Rs 164.1 crore, a staggering 90 per cent de-growth from September quarter's PAT of Rs 1,678.6 crore

The stock price of the lender outran the benchmark Nifty50 and sectoral Nifty PSU Bank index, during the quarter under review, by surging 50 per cent on the NSE
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The stock price of the lender outran the benchmark Nifty50 and sectoral Nifty PSU Bank index, during the quarter under review, by surging 50 per cent on the NSE

Nikita Vashisht New Delhi
Even as economic activity began to look up in the December quarter, Bank of Baroda (BoB) may not have been able to leverage on it, fear analysts. The lender, which is scheduled to report its December quarter results (Q3FY21) on January 27, may report muted earnings on the back of moderate treasury gains, higher operating expenses, and elevated provisions.
 
Picture at the bourses, however, is different. The stock price of the lender outran the benchmark Nifty50 and sectoral Nifty PSU Bank index, during the quarter under review, by surging 50 per cent on the NSE. In comparison, the Nifty and

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First Published: Jan 27 2021 | 7:45 AM IST

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