Vodafone Idea Share value decreases by 9% after AGR hearing

Vodafone Idea share value decreases almost 9 percent in the early exchange on July 21, a day after a Supreme Court (SC) hearing on the installment of adjusted gross revenues (AGR) levy by telecom organizations.

Vodafone Idea, Bharti Airtel and Tata Teleservices, which have the most noteworthy AGR duty according to the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) appraisal, have mentioned the court to permit stunned installments. The court has saved its choice on the course of events of installments.

The three-judge seat told that the telecom organizations that there was no space to revive the case as the contribution was referenced in the AGR judgment. Vodafone Idea needs to make sure about AGR levy payable, the Bench said.

Vodafone Idea Share Value fall by 9% after AGR hearing

The organization has paid Rs 7,854 crore up until this point and the equalization is Rs 50,399 crore. Mukul Rohatgi, the direction speaking to Vodafone Idea stated, the organization’s income was spent on liabilities, assessment, and levy. The all-out income of more than 10 years was Rs 6.27 lakh crore, of which Rs 4.95 lakh crore was spent on costs.

Vodafone idea share value down by 9 percentThe organization had no benefits left other than the range, Rohatgi stated, including that the Goods and administrations charge (GST) discounts of Rs 8,000 crore gathered to the Vodafone could be held by the legislature towards the installment.

CLSA raised Vodafone Idea AGR hazard gauge to Rs 12.40 per share and minimized the stock to “fail to meet expectations” from “purchase”.

It likewise slices the objective cost to Rs 9.20 from Rs 14 for every share and expects the organization’s AGR installment to bounce to 30 percent from 5 percent of EBITDA over FY21/22, announced CNBC-TV18.

At 0917 hours, Vodafone Idea Limited was citing at Rs 8.54, and share value down Rs 0.50, or 5.53 percent on the BSE. The offer had increased 117 percent over the most recent three months.

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