Sixteen listed banks in China turned in lackluster reports for their performance in the first quarter, with nine of them scoring single-digit growth for their net profits and 13 having profit growth lower than the the same period last year, according to B
Agricultural Bank of China Ltd., one of the country's four major state-owned commercial lenders, says its quarterly profit edged up just 1.5 percent as the country's economic growth slowed
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp., Southeast Asia’s second-largest bank, posted a higher-than-estimated 11 percent gain in first-quarter profit
On a consolidated basis, net profit increased 10% to Rs2,646 crore, from Rs2,415 crore in the corresponding period last year
Rising domestic interest rates, which climbed to a six-year high in the first quarter, give Singaporean banks scope to impose greater charges on borrowers.
Commenting on the results and financial performance, Rana Kapoor, Managing Director & CEO, YES BANK said, “YES Bank has delivered another satisfactory Quarter, and overall Financial Year across all key parameters of growth, profitability and as
South Korea’s National Pension Service (NPS), the world’s fourth largest pension fund, secured a return of 5.25% for 2014, with AUM rising to around 470 trillion won (US$432.4 billion) as of December 31
Affin Holdings Bhd, which operates Affin Bank, expects a slower loan growth of 8% for 2015 and foresees a five to 10 basis points (bps) compression in net interest margin (NIM) ranging between 2.4% and 2.45%
The Bank Nifty has bounced back 460 points intraday after three day of declines and looks set for some more upside in coming sessions. According to technical analysts, the charts of banks look good on immediate and short term charts.