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Idea Cellular falls over 25% from Monday's intra-day high

The stock slipped 7.6% to Rs 90 in intra-day trade, extending its previous day's 9.5% decline on BSE

SI Reporter  |  Mumbai 

Idea Cellular plunges over 25% from Monday's intra-day high

has slipped 7.6% to Rs 90.15 in intra-day trade on Tuesday, extending its previous day’s 9.5% decline on BSE, after Idea and have formally announced a with the Birla-owned company.

The stock hit a high of Rs 123.75 on BSE in intra-day trade on Monday, immediately after the announcements, has now slipped 27% from those levels.


From Rs 77.80 on January 27 after reportedly confirmed that it is in talks with Idea Cellular, the stock had zoomed 59%.

According to Religare Capital Markets, Idea’s stock price is already factoring in synergy benefits; hence further upsides will hinge on revenue market share (RMS) protection and industry recovery.

“While the is clearly a positive outcome for Idea as it gives the company scale and access to capital, we believe that defending market share will be a challenge,” the brokerage firm said in client note. The transaction will take nearly two years to be completed and the annual $2 billion run-rate synergy estimated by both players will be achieved only at the end of Year 4, it added. CLICK HERE TO READ WHAT BROKERAGES SAY ABOUT THE DEAL

At 11:37 am; the stock was trading 7% lower at Rs 90.95 on BSE as compared to 0.24% decline in the Sensex. A combined 50.26 million shares changed hands on the counter on BSE and NSE.
 

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Idea Cellular falls over 25% from Monday's intra-day high

The stock slipped 7.6% to Rs 90 in intra-day trade, extending its previous day's 9.5% decline on BSE

The stock slipped 7.6% to Rs 90 in intra-day trade, extending its previous day's 9.5% decline on BSE
has slipped 7.6% to Rs 90.15 in intra-day trade on Tuesday, extending its previous day’s 9.5% decline on BSE, after Idea and have formally announced a with the Birla-owned company.

The stock hit a high of Rs 123.75 on BSE in intra-day trade on Monday, immediately after the announcements, has now slipped 27% from those levels.

From Rs 77.80 on January 27 after reportedly confirmed that it is in talks with Idea Cellular, the stock had zoomed 59%.

According to Religare Capital Markets, Idea’s stock price is already factoring in synergy benefits; hence further upsides will hinge on revenue market share (RMS) protection and industry recovery.

“While the is clearly a positive outcome for Idea as it gives the company scale and access to capital, we believe that defending market share will be a challenge,” the brokerage firm said in client note. The transaction will take nearly two years to be completed and the annual $2 billion run-rate synergy estimated by both players will be achieved only at the end of Year 4, it added. CLICK HERE TO READ WHAT BROKERAGES SAY ABOUT THE DEAL

At 11:37 am; the stock was trading 7% lower at Rs 90.95 on BSE as compared to 0.24% decline in the Sensex. A combined 50.26 million shares changed hands on the counter on BSE and NSE.
 

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Idea Cellular falls over 25% from Monday's intra-day high

The stock slipped 7.6% to Rs 90 in intra-day trade, extending its previous day's 9.5% decline on BSE

has slipped 7.6% to Rs 90.15 in intra-day trade on Tuesday, extending its previous day’s 9.5% decline on BSE, after Idea and have formally announced a with the Birla-owned company.

The stock hit a high of Rs 123.75 on BSE in intra-day trade on Monday, immediately after the announcements, has now slipped 27% from those levels.

From Rs 77.80 on January 27 after reportedly confirmed that it is in talks with Idea Cellular, the stock had zoomed 59%.

According to Religare Capital Markets, Idea’s stock price is already factoring in synergy benefits; hence further upsides will hinge on revenue market share (RMS) protection and industry recovery.

“While the is clearly a positive outcome for Idea as it gives the company scale and access to capital, we believe that defending market share will be a challenge,” the brokerage firm said in client note. The transaction will take nearly two years to be completed and the annual $2 billion run-rate synergy estimated by both players will be achieved only at the end of Year 4, it added. CLICK HERE TO READ WHAT BROKERAGES SAY ABOUT THE DEAL

At 11:37 am; the stock was trading 7% lower at Rs 90.95 on BSE as compared to 0.24% decline in the Sensex. A combined 50.26 million shares changed hands on the counter on BSE and NSE.
 

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