|Bid||329.70 x 0|
|Ask||331.35 x 0|
|Day's range||320.00 - 334.20|
|52-week range||269.00 - 552.40|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.06|
|PE ratio (TTM)||22.82|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.00 (0.31%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
India's second largest private lender ICICI Bank on Tuesday confirmed its exposure to the Singapore-based troubled oil trader Hin Leong Trading Pte Ltd (HLT) and said it is taking steps to protect its interest. "We confirm that the Bank, in the normal course of its business, has exposure to the borrower group in question, is taking due steps to protect its interests, and will appropriately reflect the same in its financial statements, as it would do in respect of all its banking exposures," ICICI said in a stock exchange filing. The Bank did not elaborate the extent of its exposure and the steps it is taking to protect its interest.
Indian shares erased early gains to end little changed on Monday, weighed down by losses in ICICI Bank after Reuters reported its exposure to a troubled oil trader, while sentiment was hurt by rising coronavirus cases in the country. ICICI Bank Ltd was the biggest drag on the indexes, falling 3.8%, after Reuters reported that the bank had about $100 million exposure to troubled oil trader Hin Leong. Larger peer HDFC Bank Ltd, however, led gains with a 3.8% jump after the private-sector lender reported an 18% rise in quarterly profit and said it had shortlisted candidates for the position of chief executive officer.
India's ICICI Bank is seeking the impounding of two vessels operated by Ocean Tankers (Pte) Ltd, a unit of Singapore oil-trading company Hin Leong Trading Pte Ltd (HLT), an ICICI source said on Monday. The tankers, Wu Yi San and Chang Bai San, were carrying cargoes financed by ICICI, the source said, adding that the bank had about $100 million exposure to HLT.
ICICI Bank Ltd, India's second-largest private lender, reported a quarterly profit on Saturday compared with a loss a year earlier, helped by lower provisions and higher retail loan growth. Net profit for the fiscal first quarter ended June 30 was 19.08 billion rupees ($277.04 million), compared with a loss of 1.20 bln rupees in the same period a year ago, the bank said in a statement. ICICI, like its peers, also said India's ongoing economic slowdown weighed on its performance in the quarter.