Canara Bank Q4 profit at Rs.214.18 crore
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Mumbai: Canara Bank Ltd on Monday reported a March quarter net profit of Rs.214.18 crore, against a Rs3905.49 crore loss recorded a year ago when it made heavy provisions for bad loans.
Net interest income, the difference between interest earned on loans and that paid on deposits, rose 14.08% from a year ago to Rs2708.22 crore. Other income rose 73.23% to Rs2396.28 crore at the end of the quarter, compared with Rs.1383.23 crore a year ago.
Provisions during the quarter were Rs2708.74 crore, against Rs6331.54 crore a year ago and Rs1484.57 crore in the preceding quarter.
Gross non-performing assets (NPAs) as a ratio of gross advances were at 9.63%, against 9.97% as of 31 December. Net NPA ratio at the end of the fourth quarter was 6.33%, slightly down from 6.72% in the third quarter.
Capital adequacy ratio on 31 March stood at 12.86% against 11.08% a year ago.
As of 3.20 pm, shares of Canara Bank were trading 0.04% higher at Rs 394.70 on the BSE, while the benchmark Sensex index was up 0.22% at 29,923.40 points.