State Bank of India Shares Rally on Soured Debt ‘Surprise’By
Net income drops 32 percent, loan provisions almost double
Lender’s shares rally to highest level since December
State Bank of India, the country’s largest lender by assets, climbed to an eight-month high in Mumbai stock trading as the firm reported a smaller increase in soured debt than expected in the first quarter.
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