Karur Vysya Bank Falls 20% After Q3 Asset Quality Deteriorates
A cashier counts Indian one hundred-rupee banknotes at an Oriental Bank of Commerce branch in New Delhi, India (Photographer: Prashanth Vishwanathan/Bloomberg)

Karur Vysya Bank Falls 20% After Q3 Asset Quality Deteriorates

Shares of Karur Vysya Bank fell as much as 20 percent—the most in nearly 15 years—to Rs 63.20 on the National Stock Exchange after the lender's asset quality worsened in the quarter ended December....
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