In Friday’s session, gains in the shares of OnMobile Global (6.85 percent rise), MTNL (4.60 percent rise), Bharati Infratel (3.03 percent rise), and Reliance Communications NSE 3.70% (3.33 percent rise) played a major role in boosting BSE Telecom index. After Reliance Communications initiated contempt proceedings in the apex court against the Department of Telecommunication, the shares of the company bounced, declaring that it failed to issue a no-objection certificate concerning RCom’s spectrum deal with Reliance Jio Infocomm even after the court had ordered the company to do so.
the first half, the Bombay Stock Exchange Telecom index was trading with an
increase of 1.51 percent, with an increase in the shares of GTL infrastructure
(up 2.38 percent), Bharati Airtel (1.55 percent up), Tejas Networks (0.32
percent up), and Vindhya Telelinks (0.47 percent up) too. According to the
industry data available, there is an increase in the shares of Bharat Infratel
and Airtel after the company added more than 1 lakh new users in the month of November
after two months of decline. On the other hand, there are some companies that were
suffering losses with downfall in the shares of GTL (2.95 percent down),
Sterlite Technologies (1.41 percent down), GTPL Hathway (0.65 percent down),
Tata Teleservices (Maharastra) (0.25 percent down), Tata Communications (1.13
percent down), and Himachal Futuristic Communications (0.24 percent down).
However, companies like Vodafone Idea traded flat during that time. After the completion of their merging, Vodafone Idea continued to lose customers for the third consecutive month in November. Though the combined entity suffered a loss over 65 lakh subscribers in the month of November, still it remained as the largest mobile services provider in the country with over 42 crore users and it is shown in the COAI data released on Thursday.
Based on the information available, Benchmark BSE Sensex was
84 points up at 35,598, while the NSE Nifty 50 index was set up 23 points at
10,695. In the Nifty Index, among the 50 stocks, 36 were trading in the green,
while 14 were in the red.