After an initial appreciation shown by investors to the June quarter (Q1) results of Bharat Financial Inclusion (BFIL), which took its stock price up over two per cent on Wednesday, sanity started setting, as they realised that a second consecutive quarter of six per cent gross non-performing assets (NPAs) ratio is nothing to cheer about.
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First Published: Wed, July 26 2017. 23:29 IST