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SBI reduces lending rates across all tenors by 5 bps


NEW DELHI: The country's greatest lender State Bank of India (SBI) has lowered its marginal cost-based lending charge (MCLR) through 5 foundation issues (bps) across all tenors with impact from May 10, it said in a commentary.

Following the speed review, SBI's in a single day MCLR has come down from 8.15 according to cent to 8.10 according to cent. It's 365 days MCLR has also lowered from 8.50 according to cent to 8.45 according to cent. The financial institution's two-year and three-year charges have also been lower to 8.55 according to cent and eight.65 according to cent, from 8.60 according to cent and eight.70 according to cent, respectively.






This is the second one charge lower in this financial yr. SBI had announced a 5 bps lower in MCLR (all tenors) on April 10 in line with RBI's 25 bps repo charge lower.


SBI became the primary lender to link interest rates on its savings accounts -- with deposits over Rs 1 lakh -- to RBI's repo charge from May 1.


The state-owned lender reported a web profit of Rs 838.40 crore in fourth quarter of 2018-19 fiscal on a standalone foundation as non-performing assets (NPAs) came down.


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State Bank of India (SBI) reported a profit for the fourth quarter, compared with a document loss a yr ago, as the rustic's greatest lender benefited from better asset quality and higher source of revenue from its retail banking business.


The SBI shares closed 2.94 according to cent up at Rs 308.05 at the BSE platform.


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