India's Yes Bank reopens after move to halt depositor panic
Worries remain over private lender's financial health following rescue
People wait outside a Yes Bank branch to withdraw their money in Mumbai on March 6.
NEW DELHI -- India's troubled Yes Bank has resumed operations after a coordinated intervention meant to prevent a run on the private-sector lender.
Many customers still complained of difficulties in accessing their accounts Thursday, though there were no reports of panic surrounding the bank's rescue by public-private consortium.
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