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First 'Buy' report on Paytm sees firm turning profitable by 2026

Dolat Capital Market has set a target price of Rs 2,500, which is 16% higher than the company's issue price

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Paytm | Vijay Shekhar Sharma | Digital Payments

Nupur Acharya | Bloomberg 



Paytm
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Paytm, which has moved wildly since its listing after India’s largest initial public offering, has received the first buy rating from a brokerage that expects the company to turn profitable by March 2026.

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First Published: Thu, December 02 2021. 14:23 IST

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