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    Trending stocks: YES Bank shares down over 4%

    Synopsis

    Shares of YES Bank Ltd. traded 4.35 per cent down in trade at 09:37AM on Friday.

    Agencies
    The stock quoted a 52-week high of Rs 178.0 and a 52-week low of Rs 5.65.
    NEW DELHI: Shares of YES Bank Ltd. traded -4.35 per cent down in Friday's trade at 09:37AM (IST). Around 21226434 shares changed hands on the counter. The stock opened at Rs 15.85 and touched an intraday high and low of Rs 15.9 and Rs 15.11, respectively, in the session so far.

    The stock quoted a 52-week high of Rs 178.0 and a 52-week low of Rs 5.65.

    Financials
    YES Bank Ltd., incorporated in the year 2003, is a banking company (having a market cap of Rs 39712.03 Crore).

    The Bank has reported a Gross Non Performing Assets (Gross NPAs) of Rs 32702.70 Crore (.00 % of total assets) and Net Non Performing Assets (Net NPAs) of Rs 8157.50 Crore (.00% of total assets).

    YES Bank Ltd. key Products/Revenue Segments include Interest & Discount on Advances & Bills which contributed Rs 22922.64 Crore to Sales Value (77.37 % of Total Sales), Income From Investment which contributed Rs 6048.42 Crore to Sales Value (20.41 % of Total Sales) and Interest which contributed Rs 256.11 Crore to Sales Value (0.86 % of Total Sales)for the year ending 31-Mar-2019.


    Valuation ratio
    It quoted a price-to-earnings ratio of -2.41 and price to book value of 0.92.
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    2 Comments on this Story

    S. N.43 days ago
    Mis-management and mis-appropriation may be the main reasons for the fall.
    Yudhvir Talwar43 days ago
    Yes bank is multibagger stock which is likely to touch Rs 120 in next 12-18 months period. Investors must hold and accumulate the stock.
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