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UBS expects 'no material impact' on DLF from Kejriwal accusations

DLF-ARVIND-KEJRIWAL-ROBERT-VADRA-HARYANA:UBS expects 'no material impact' on DLF from Kejriwal accusations

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UBS said it expects limited impact on DLF's business following recent accusations by anti-corruption activist of improper dealings with Vadra, son-in-law of ruling Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi, and the government.

"With the stock down 11 percent on the back of this news flow, and our expectation of no material impact on DLF's business - we believe concerns are largely priced in," UBS said in a note dated on Wednesday.

has denied accusations of improper dealings.

UBS maintained a 'buy' rating on the company.

 

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UBS expects 'no material impact' on DLF from Kejriwal accusations

DLF-ARVIND-KEJRIWAL-ROBERT-VADRA-HARYANA:UBS expects 'no material impact' on DLF from Kejriwal accusations

UBS said it expects limited impact on DLF's business following recent accusations by anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal of improper dealings with Robert Vadra, son-in-law of ruling Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi, and the Haryana government.

UBS said it expects limited impact on DLF's business following recent accusations by anti-corruption activist of improper dealings with Vadra, son-in-law of ruling Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi, and the government.

"With the stock down 11 percent on the back of this news flow, and our expectation of no material impact on DLF's business - we believe concerns are largely priced in," UBS said in a note dated on Wednesday.

has denied accusations of improper dealings.

UBS maintained a 'buy' rating on the company.

 

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