Bank of Baroda Falls Most in Three Months After Bad Loans Surge

  • Provisions for soured credit more than triple in June quarter
  • First-quarter profit slumps 60 percent, lender reports

Bank of Baroda, India’s second largest state-run lender by assets, fell the most in almost three months after surging bad-loan provisions dragged first-quarter profit lower.

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