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Most analysts expect State Bank of India's Q3 profit after tax (PAT) to decline anywhere between 15 per cent and 58 per cent on a yearly basis during the quarter under review

Q3 results | Markets | sbi

Nikita Vashisht  |  New Delhi 

The stock of SBI is quoting at Rs 335 apiece, having surged 21 per cent so far in calendar year 2021
The stock of SBI is quoting at Rs 335 apiece, having surged 21 per cent so far in calendar year 2021

India's largest public sector bank State Bank of India (SBI) is set to report its Q3FY21 result on Thursday, February 4. The stock of the lender became analysts' darling after the bank's earnings, during the preceding two quarters, beat Street expectations by huge margins. A repeat this time may, therefore, lead to further re-rating of the stock.



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First Published: Wed, February 03 2021. 13:22 IST