Stock below Rs 20: This small-cap private bank stock zooms over 40 per cent; keep it on your radar!
Stock below Rs 20: This small-cap private bank stock zooms over 40 per cent; keep it on your radar!

Stock below Rs 20: This small-cap private bank stock zooms over 40 per cent; keep it on your radar!

The stock has jumped more than 40 per cent from the lows of October 17 and with this strong move, it recorded its fresh 52-week high.   

Karan Dsij Article rating: 3.9

During Q2FY23, the bank logged the highest-ever quarterly net interest income and PBT due to an overall improvement in CASA, net interest income, and reduced provisions (excluding tax). Further, the bank was able to beef up the capital-to-risk-weighted asset ratio (CRAR) to a level of 16.04 per cent from 15.74 per cent on a YoY basis.   

Four PSU bank stocks turn multibaggers in the last two years; Indian Bank gained the most!
Four PSU bank stocks turn multibaggers in the last two years; Indian Bank gained the most!

Four PSU bank stocks turn multibaggers in the last two years; Indian Bank gained the most!

Credit growth has improved from its historically low levels in recent years. Earnings growth is strongly supported by a healthy recovery from bad debt.   

Karan Dsij Article rating: 4.5

Interestingly, 10 out of 13 stocks managed to deliver positive returns in the last two years. Now, here comes the most fascinating thing which would leave everyone spellbound and it's the fact that not one or two stocks but as many as four stocks have turned into multi-baggers!  

Here are the key terms one must know while analysing a banks financial performance
Here are the key terms one must know while analysing a banks financial performance

Here are the key terms one must know while analysing a banks financial performance

With the rising interest rates and looming recession, it becomes of utmost importance to analyse a bank’s ‘health condition’.

Rohit Kale Article rating: 4.4

In this educative article, we shall introduce you to the basic banking terms that are a ‘must-know in analysing financial reports.

Know why penny stock Bajaj Hindusthan is seeing only buyers!
Know why penny stock Bajaj Hindusthan is seeing only buyers!

Know why penny stock Bajaj Hindusthan is seeing only buyers!

It seems that the market participants are expecting things to turn around for one of India’s largest sugar manufacturers.   

Karan Dsij Article rating: 3.9

Interestingly, the book value of the company is Rs 17 and currently, it is quoting below its book value as the current market price stands at Rs 10.90.

Trending stock below Rs 50: PC Jeweller soars 60 per cent in just 7 sessions; is it a multibagger in making? Know here!
Trending stock below Rs 50: PC Jeweller soars 60 per cent in just 7 sessions; is it a multibagger in making? Know here!

Trending stock below Rs 50: PC Jeweller soars 60 per cent in just 7 sessions; is it a multibagger in making? Know here!

What’s more striking is the fact that the stock, in the month of July, has never seen a red day as it manages to end in green in all the trading sessions!

Karan Dsij Article rating: 4.1

The bottom line is that whether the stock is enjoying a period of luck just like Bumrah or something is really turning around for the company

OMG! A reputed bank reports fraud of Rs 2,000 crore!
OMG! A reputed bank reports fraud of Rs 2,000 crore!

OMG! A reputed bank reports fraud of Rs 2,000 crore!

Crucial support for the stock is placed around the level of Rs 35.3

Karan Dsij Article rating: 3.8

In line with this, the stock could remain on the watch list of the market participants and could also witness a knee-jerk reaction at today’s opening bell.

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