Tomorrow is a heavy day for the investors of Yes Bank, due to this stock selling is possible but do not make this mistake by mistake
Girish Sodani, head of equity markets at Swastika Investment, told India TV that Yes Bank’s financial health has improved significantly in the last three years. The bank will start earning profits in the coming years
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) ban (lock-in period) on private investors and ETFs for selling Yes Bank shares for three years is ending on Monday. Analysts say that in such a situation the selling pressure on the shares of Yes Bank may increase. He estimates that investors may sell their shares in the bank on Monday. Major investors in Yes Bank include nine banks led by the State Bank of India (SBI). SBI had picked up about 49 per cent shares of the bank at a premium of Rs 8 to Rs 10 per share in March 2020 as part of the RBI’s relief package. Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are also likely to see withdrawals. SBI held 26.14 per cent or 605 crore shares of Yes Bank till December 2022.
If you are a long-term investor then do not forget to sell stock
Girish Sodani, head of equity markets at Swastika Investment, told India TV that Yes Bank’s financial health has improved significantly in the last three years. The bank will start earning profits in the coming years. So, if you are a long-term investor, do not sell the stock at a loss. Yes, Bank stock can go for a price of Rs 20 to 25 in the medium term.
These banks also have crores of shares
Similarly, HDFC, HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank had one billion shares each. Axis Bank held 60 crores, Kotak Mahindra Bank 50 crores, Federal Bank and Bandhan Bank 30 crore and IDFC First Bank 25 crore. Besides, SBI AMC held 2.36 crore shares of Yes Bank, Kotak AMC 1.19 crore shares, and Nippon India 1.05 crore shares in its Nifty 50 ETF. However, most of these have already sold 25 per cent of their shares in Yes Bank, which was not under ‘freeze’.