State Bank of India Shares Rally on Soured Debt ‘Surprise’

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  • 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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