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Rising bad debts weigh down National Australia Bank's profit

Q3 earnings fall 3% as the bank joins two other lenders in increasing provisions for bad loans

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National Australia Bank's shares fall 1.3 per cent at the opening in Sydney on Monday. They have lost 8 per cent this year, compared with a 4.3 per cent advance for the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index and a 9.5 per cent decline for an index of bank shares.

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NATIONAL Australia Bank's (NAB) third-quarter profit fell 3 per cent amid rising expenses for bad debts and provisions for mining and agricultural loans, rounding off the most challenging reporting season for the nation's lenders in six years.

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