Market mood was buoyant after the BJP won over 300 seats on its own out of 542 seats in the Lok Sabha elections.
Under this initiative, customers can interact with the bank staff to discuss their concerns and share feedbacks and suggestions on the bank's products and services, it said in a release.
Jet Airways, which has around 22,000 employees, has not paid its staff salaries since March.
The protests come amid the State Bank of India-led consortium of lenders struggling to find a buyer for the airline which ceased operations around mid-last month due to acute liquidity crisis.
SBI has given a buy signal on multiple parameters despite weakness in the market
These bidders submitted their offers for Jet Airways and the same will now be assessed by the lenders for viability and seriousness to revive the airline, which ended its operations on April 17
The amount reflects the magnitude of the issue of non-performing assets (NPAs) in the banking sector.
SBI shut 1,000 ATMs in the first half of FY18 and the trend will continue as banks increasingly look to digital solutions and mobile apps to keep up with evolving banking infrastructure.
SBI’s composite leading indicator now at much lower level than in March 2014 quarter
The company is offering a flat 15% discount across its products for users of YONO.
He also said that deposit growth has slowed down to 8% YoY.
CLSA maintained its buy rating on SBI post March quarter results but raised its target price to Rs 390 from Rs 380 earlier.
SBI, ICICI Bank expect lower slippages in the current financial year.
UAE-based carrier has been working with key stakeholders in India for the past 15 months to help find a solution to ensure Jet's return as a viable and competitive airline.
SBI Capital Markets that has been given the mandate to oversee the stake sale process for Jet Airways, has also received two bids from other interested parties.
On the asset quality front, slippages to non-performing assets (NPA) was contained at Rs 7,500 crore, which was encouraging
The top Nifty gainers include Zee Entertainment, State Bank of India, Bharti Airtel, Adani Ports and Titan Company while Tata Steel, HCL Tech, YES Bank, IndusInd Bank and Indian Oil Corporation are the top losers.
SBI had last reduced its MCLR by 5 basis points on April 10.
Asset quality on sequential basis is expected to improve with slippages either likely to be steady or lower compared to previous quarter, brokerages said
An Iron Condor trade ahead of SBI results
Contra traders should look for short selling opportunity around 11,750/11,760 with a final stop loss at 11,810
Competition in the domestic aviation market, rising fuel prices among other issues pushed Jet into financial distress so severe that it was forced to shut down last month.