State Bank of India are exchanging at Rs. 1,788, down by Rs. 74 or 4%

The stocks of State Bank of India are exchanging at Rs. 1,788, down by Rs. 74 or 4% following Moody’s downgrades SBI’s standalone rating.

It had earlier opened at Rs. 1,851 hitting the day’s higher at Rs. 1,873 and lower at Rs. 1,778. The total exchanged volume stand at 6.61 lakh stocks on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

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