GRUH Finance has given investors an impressive 133% returns in the past year on the back of an expanding loan book and a robust asset quality.
A reversal in the interest rate cycle might help Punjab National Bank lower its delinquencies and thereby improve its asset quality.
The credit deposit ratio for the fortnight ended December 14, 2012 was 77.13% compared to a ratio of 54%-75% for the same period over the last ten years.
Loan origination and project appraisal practices at IDFC are considered to be very robust, keeping the level of bad assets very low.
HUDCO's tax-free bond issue seems like a good low risk debt investment option for retail investors.
Due to subdued demand from large corporates in absence of investment activity, SBI has turned its focus on retail loans.
Shriram Transport has become darling of investors ever since signs of Parliament approving amendments to the Banking Act got bright.
CARE is trading at a price-earnings ratio (P/E) of 22 compared to the P/E valuation of 19-21 it asked during the initial public offer.
After touching new 52-week highs continuously in last two months, Jammu and Kashmir Bank seems to be witnessing profit booking by investors.
There are companies that are scorching the tracks regardless of competition.
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