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  • Jan 27, 2000

    The Federal Bank Ltd has reported a rise of 50% in net

    The Federal Bank Ltd has reported a net profit of Rs 150.5 m for the nine month period ending December. Inspite of a fall in other income, and a 14% increase in operating expenses profit growth was at 50% mainly due to lower interest expenses.

    (Rs m) 3QFY2000* 3QFY1999* Change
    Interest Income 6,485.5 6,297.2 3.0%
    Other Income 789.0 874.2 -9.7%
    Operating expenses 1,100.3 968.2 13.6%
    Interest expenses 5,276.8 5,816.0 -9.3%
    Depreciation 139.8 138.9 0.6%
    Provisions & Tax 607.1 148.1 309.9%
    Profit after Tax 150.5 100.2 50.2%
    Net profit margin (%) 2.3% 1.6%  

     

     

     
     
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