YES, Bank’s percentage of the share was trading higher for the second consecutive session on Tuesday after the lender’s board declared openly it plans to consider fund-raising through numerous means, during its reference held on January 22. The bank is also looking forward to announcing its quarterly earnings on the same day in December. The private lender announced in its filing the raising of reserves by the issue of equity shares, convertible bonds, warrants, depository receipts, debentures, or any other sort of securities linked to equities on
January 18, through acceptable methods subject to necessary shareholders and regulatory permissions as acceptable.
The stock of private lenders unlocked higher against the last close of Rs 17.70 and earned 1.6% to hit the highest on the day of Rs 18 on BSE. The stock also strikes an intraday low of Rs 17.60. Index ranking among the most competitive banking scrips in terms of its volumes on both NSE and BSE and YES Bank stock has grown larger by 0.85% in the last couple of days of successive profits.
The rise also appeared after brokerage house Jefferies mentioned in a report of the Piramal group winning creditors that the approval to take over loans at DHFL was marginally a positive result for banks that have a revelation to DHFL encompassing the state-run Bank of India, Union Bank, and Canara Bank of India and lenders from the private sectors such as YES Bank. It also added that there may be a risk of prosecution from co-bidders as some who offered higher value. The deal may direct to a recovery of 40%. By the time, the banking and financial index on BSE was up almost at 1%, by the wider directories Nifty and Sensex that rose to 1.5% today, trading near record increment.