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The largest lender in the nation announced its highest-ever quarterly profit after tax for the September quarter of FY23 at Rs13,265 crore, up 74% year over year, helped by strong loan sales, greater interest income, and fewer provisions.
After a former subsidiary of Russian energy giant Gazprom stopped supplying gas, the state-owned gas utility reduced its output of petrochemicals, which resulted in a 46% decline in net profit for the September quarter.
The jewellery and watch manufacturer, which benefited from strong momentum during the holiday season, announced a 30.26% increase in consolidated net profit after tax at Rs835 crore for the second quarter that ended September 2022.
In the September quarter of FY23, the state-owned electricity transmission company reported a more than 8% increase in consolidated net profit after tax at Rs3,650.16 crore, mostly due to higher revenues.
Due to a drop in bad loans and an increase in interest revenue, the state-owned bank reported a boost in its net profit after tax of 59% to Rs 3,313 crore for the second quarter that ended in September.
Due to increasing fuel prices and a foreign exchange loss, the parent company of India's largest airline, IndiGo, announced a widening deficit for the September quarter with a loss of Rs1,583.34 crore.