Central Bank Q3 Latest Results: Growth, Profitability, and Resilience Take Center Stage

Net Profit up by 56.77% to 718 crore in Q3FY24 against Rs 458 crore in Q3FY23.

Central Bank Q3 Latest Results: Growth, Profitability, and Resilience Take Center Stage

The Central Bank of India has emerged triumphantly from the just-concluded quarter and nine-month period ending December 31st, 2023, showcasing impressive growth, robust profitability, and a renewed sense of resilience.

See key highlights of the bank's stellar performance and analyze its implications for the broader economic landscape.

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The Bank continued to show improved performance in all Business parameters on a sustainable basis for the lith consecutive quarter.

Total Business grew by 11.48% to Rs 617368 crore.

Net Profit up by 56.77% to 718 crore in Q3FY24 against Rs 458 crore in Q3FY23.

Net Profit up by 72.30% to 1742 crore for 9 months period ended on 31st December 23,over corresponding period of last year of Rs 1011 crore.

Gross Advance increased by 14.71% to 239646 crore on Y-o-Y basis as against 208921 crore for the same period of preceding year

Gross NPA improved to 4.50% with an improvement of 435 bps, on Y-o-Y basis.

Net NPA improved to 1.27% with an improvement of 82 bps, on Y-o-Y basis.

Provision Coverage Ratio stood at 93.73%, with an improvement of 201 bps, on Y-o-Y basis.


Growth Momentum Accelerates:

Central Bank's total business surged by a remarkable reach, marking a sustained positive trajectory for the ninth consecutive quarter. This commendable feat underscores the bank's effectiveness in capturing market opportunities and catering to the diversifying needs of its clientele.

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Profitability Takes a Leap:

CBI's net profit for the nine months ending December 31st, 2023, witnessed a significant increase compared to the corresponding period of the previous year. This surge in profitability underscores the bank's sound financial management and its ability to deliver value to its stakeholders.

Implications for the Economy:

CBI's robust financial performance augurs well for the Indian economy in several ways. The bank's increased lending capacity can fuel growth in key sectors, while its improved profitability strengthens its role as a catalyst for financial stability. Additionally, CBI's focus on managing NPAs contributes to a cleaner and more efficient credit ecosystem.

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