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Stock Market Today: GIFT Nifty indicates a bullish start; Vodafone Idea, Yes Bank in focus

GIFT Nifty on the NSE IX indicating that Dalal Street was set for a solid start on Thursday.

Stock Market Today: GIFT Nifty on the NSE IX up 78.50 points, or 0.36 percent, to 21,964, indicating that Dalal Street was set for a solid start on Thursday. Ahead of the February series expiry, the Nifty closed 247 points down, below the 22,000 level and near its 20-DEMA. Observing the daily chart, the index has been moving in a rising channel. Tokyo markets began lower on Thursday, mirroring Wall Street’s decline ahead of the release of vital US inflation data.The benchmark Nikkei 225 index was down 0.70 percent, or 275.08 points, at 38,932.95 in early trade, while the broader Topix index fell 0.29 percent, or 7.68 points, to 2,667.27.

Stock Market Today: Stocks in focus


The mining company is targeting pre-tax profits of $6 billion for the next fiscal year, and it intends to boost that amount to $7-7.5 billion the following year. It is anticipated that operational efficiencies throughout their companies will drive this growth. “We already have a solid platform for EBITDA growth, and we have significant influence over it. “Continuous cost reduction, price hikes, and volume escalation will drive the surge,” Vedanta Limited CFO Ajay Goel stated during a recent analyst meeting. In FY24, the company expects its EBITDA to be close to $5 billion.


The corporation is considering raising a portion of the Rs 20,000 crore via a public offering of new equity shares. According to individuals acquainted with the telecom company’s fundraising efforts, the promoter, Aditya Birla Group, may contribute the remaining funds in exchange for preference shares, as reported. Vodafone Idea’s shares fell by more than 11% on February 28 after the business board approved the financing request the day before.

Yes Bank

The CEO and Managing Director of Yes Bank, Prashant Kumar, has expressed interest in purchasing the merchants supported by Paytm Payments Bank (PPBL). But because it is in line with the bank’s business plan, he underlined that this would require the completion of a KYC (Know Your Customer) compliance check and due diligence. Noting Paytm’s massive customer base in the merchant space, Kumar asserted that this presents Yes Bank with a profitable possibility.

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