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Bharti Airtel Limited (BHARTIARTL.BO)

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1,466.10+1.50 (+0.10%)
As of 03:05PM IST. Market open.
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Previous close1,464.60
Bid1,466.60 x 0
Ask1,466.60 x 0
Day's range1,428.70 - 1,469.40
52-week range847.60 - 1,539.10
Avg. volume239,310
Market cap8.763T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.25
PE ratio (TTM)115.08
EPS (TTM)12.74
Earnings date01 Aug 2024 - 05 Aug 2024
Forward dividend & yield4.00 (0.27%)
Ex-dividend date11 Aug 2023
1y target est389.77
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  • Reuters

    India's Bharti Airtel buys airwaves worth $820 million in downbeat spectrum auction

    BENGALURU/NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India's Bharti Airtel has spent 68.57 billion rupees ($820.80 million), the most among its peers, to acquire telecom spectrum at a government auction that ended on Wednesday, although their combined bids were well short of the amount on offer. Overall, telecom companies bid for spectrum worth 113.40 billion rupees to acquire 141 megahertz (MHz) of airwaves, much lower than the 962.38 billion rupees worth of spectrum on offer, as was expected since firms were mainly looking to renew or shore up their holdings. Bharti Airtel, the no.2 telecom operator by subscribers in the world's second-largest smartphone market, said it bought 97 MHz spectrum that was expiring this year and acquired additional spectrum to boost its mid-band holding, commonly used for 5G connectivity.

  • Reuters

    India kicks off $11.5 billion spectrum auction; analysts expect lacklustre bidding

    India has offered telecom spectrum worth around 962.38 billion rupees ($11.53 billion) for auction on Tuesday, it said in a release, even as analysts expect lacklustre participation from players as they shore up their existing spectrum. The Indian government derives a big chunk of its revenue from spectrum auctions, which award telecom companies rights over airwaves for a particular period. During the previous auction in August 2022, telecom players Vodafone Idea (VI), Bharti Airtel and Reliance Industries' Jio Infocomm together picked up 5G spectrum worth $19 billion to boost capacities in the world's second-largest smartphone market.