While three of the ATMs belonged to the Bank of Baroda, Bank of India and the State Bank of India, two belonged to the ICICI Bank.
Bank of Baroda holds 98.6 percent stake in the 97-year-old Nainital Bank after the Reserve Bank of India directed it 1975 to manage the affairs of the bank.
The state-owned bank will fully acquire its mutual fund and trustee business and buy the entire 51 percent stake held by the joint-venture partner UniCredit.
The banks have been advised to pursue closure of loss making domestic and international branches as part of capital saving exercise.
The public sector bank said LIC shed stake in a market sale during September 1 to November 29.
SPA Securities recommended hold rating on Bank of Baroda with a target price of Rs 175 in its research report dated November 24, 2017.
Banking sector reforms continued this week.
Geojit has recommended buy rating on Bank of Baroda with a target price of Rs 208 in its research report dated 24 November 2017.
State-owned lender Bank of Baroda today said it proposes to raise up to Rs 6,000 crore through rights issue or private placement.
The bank has now decided to install electronic surveillance systems at all its branches and ATMs.
The meeting of the designated board committee i.e. Finance Committee of the board will be held on November 21, 2017 to consider and approve of equity fund, the bank said in a regulatory filing.
Bank of Baroda posted a 36 percent drop in net profit at Rs 355 crore, its asset quality improved in quarter ended September 2017.
Slippages at the end of September quarter were at Rs 3,451 crore, were sharply lower compared with Rs 5,200 crore reported at the end of June quarter.
Last week, SBI, country's largest bank, had announced its reduced rates to home loan and auto loan borrowers with rates of 8.30 percent and 8.70 percent.
Finance committee of the bank today approved issuance of AT-1 capital bonds compliant with Basel III capital norms of Reserve Bank of India for minimum amount of Rs 500 crore with green shoe option, total issuance not to exceed Rs 1,650 crore in one or multiple issuance, BoB said.
Top banks are rushing to grab the retail share in the festive season by reducing interest rates on loans and with various offers on home loans.
This comes after a couple of other public sector banks including Bank of Baroda and Andhra Bank earlier in the day announced a reduction in their base rates. RBI will announce key policy rate on October 4.
The bank has revised base rate and BPLR, Bank of Baroda said in a regulatory filing.
The base rate, minimum rate below which a bank cannot lend, has been revised downward from existing 9.50 per cent per annum to 9.15 per cent per annum from October 1, 2017, the bank said.
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The hedge fund sold its entire holding of 3.29 percent or 75,817,327 shares of the bank, according to bulk deal data available with BSE.
The loans will be accessed by 2.25 lakh sellers of Amazon on an interest rate of 10.45 - 11.5 percent and will be sanctioned in 3-5 days.
Rajat Bose of rajatkbose.com suggests buying Piramal Enterprises, Bank of Baroda and Bombay Dyeing.
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Yogesh Mehta of Motilal Oswal advises buying Reliance Industries, Bank of Baroda and Ashok Leyland.