On Monday, the stock plunged 10 per cent to Rs 8.10 -- its lower circuit limit as well as one year low -- on the BSE.
On NSE, it plummeted 4.79 per cent to Rs 6.95 -- its lowest permissible trading limit for the day. Since last Tuesday (November 17), the stock has tanked 55.59 per cent on the BSE.
Shares of Lakshmi Vilas Bank declined for the fifth consecutive day on Monday and have tanked over 48 per cent during this time as investors continued to desert the counter amid host of negative news surrounding the company.
On Monday, the stock plunged 10 per cent to Rs 8.10 — its lower circuit limit as well as one year low — on the BSE.
On the NSE, it plummeted 10 per cent to Rs 8.10 — its lowest trading permissible limit for the day. In five trading days, the stock has tanked 48.24 per cent on the BSE.
On Tuesday, the government placed Lakshmi Vilas Bank (LVB) under a one-month moratorium, superseded its board and capped withdrawals at Rs 25,000 per depositor. The step was taken by the government, on the advice of the Reserve Bank of India, in view of the declining financial health of the private sector lender.
LVB is the third bank to be placed under moratorium since September last year after the cooperative bank PMC in 2019 and private sector lender Yes Bank this March. While Yes bank has successfully been revived under the guidance of State Bank, the PMC resolution is still a far cry.