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Shares of Yes Bank slumped as much as 13 percent to hit its new 52-week low of Rs 117.40 on NSE after international brokerage UBS retained its sell rating on the stock while lowering its price target sharply by 47 percent to Rs 90 from Rs 170 before.Shares of Yes Bank slumped as much as 13 percent to hit its new 52-week low of Rs 117.40 on NSE after international brokerage UBS retained its sell rating on the stock while lowering its price target sharply by 47 percent to Rs 90 from Rs 170 before.

Yes Bank Shares Slump To 52-Week Low After UBS Cuts Price Target Sharply - Goodreturns

UBS downgraded its recommendation on Yes Bank to ‘Sell’ due to greater-than-expected risks from bad loans and moderating loan growth.UBS cut the price target on the lender by nearly half to Rs 90—indicating a downside of 33 percent from the last close.

Yes Bank UBS: Most Bearish Yes Bank Forecaster Sees Stock Diving By A Third

“UBS: PNB & YES BANK Exposure to NIG (Non-investment grade) network cos relatively high for PNB and YES Study suggests PNB (20.6% of loans) and YES (16.3%) have relatively high exposure to these networks of the banks we cover”

Varinder Bansal 🇮🇳 on Twitter: "UBS: PNB & YES BANK Exposure to NIG (Non-investment grade) network cos relatively high for PNB and YES Study suggests PNB (20.6% of loans) and YES (16.3%) have relatively high exposure to these networks of the banks we cover"

“UBS on Yes Bank Maintain Sell; Cut TP to Rs 90 from Rs 170 Expectation of sharp turnaround less likely to fructify NPL risks seem higher than current expectations Metrics to deteriorate significantly in FY20”

Yatin Mota on Twitter: "UBS on Yes Bank Maintain Sell; Cut TP to Rs 90 from Rs 170 Expectation of sharp turnaround less likely to fructify NPL risks seem higher than current expectations Metrics to deteriorate significantly in FY20"