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Indus Towers share price: Indus Towers share price fell 2.24%

The shares of Indus Towers Ltd. traded up 2.24% to Rs 207.1 at around 1:30 p.m. (IST) on Tuesday. The stock had closed at Rs 211.85 in the previous session. The benchmark for Sensex shares fell 183.58 points to 52977.7 around the same time.

The certificate is down 15.66% over the past year to date, while the 30-stock index has gained 0.38% over the same period.

The 52-week high price of the stock stood at 332.6 rupees and the 52-week low price at 181.15 rupees.

Over-the-counter trading volume was 77,641 shares, while it quoted a price-to-earnings ratio of 8.76, an EPS value of 23.65 and a price-to-book value of 2.7. In the Nifty50 pack, 26 stocks were trading in the green, while 24 stocks were in the red.

Promoter/Fii Holding
Sponsors owned 67.49% of the company’s equity as of March 31, 2022, while foreign institutional investors and MF ownership amounted to 30.47% and 0.69%, respectively.

Key financial data
For the quarter ended March 31, 2022, the company reported consolidated sales of Rs 7,225.3 crore, up 2.91% from Rs 7,021.3 crore in the previous quarter and up 9.99% from compared to Rs 6569.1 crore in the prior year quarter. The company reported a net profit of Rs 1828.5 crore for the last quarter.

Technical indicators

The MACD signaled a bullish bias on the meter. The MACD is known to signal trend reversals in traded securities or indices. It is the difference between the 26-day and 12-day exponential moving averages. A nine-day exponential moving average, called the signal line, is drawn above the MACD to reflect “buy” or “sell” opportunities. When the MACD crosses below the signal line, it gives a bearish signal, indicating that the price of the security may see downward movement and vice versa.