Share worth of Adani Ports and Special Economic Zones or APSEZ – a part of the Adani Group multinational conglomerate, gained round two per cent on Tuesday, May 4, forward of declaring its January-March quarter outcomes for the monetary 12 months 2020-21. On Tuesday, May 4, Adani Ports opened on the BSE at Rs 780.50, witnessing an intra day excessive of Rs 781.85, and an intra low of Rs 760, within the buying and selling session to this point. In the third quarter of the fiscal 2020-21, Adani Ports reported a internet revenue of 16 per cent to Rs 1,577 crore on a consolidated foundation, monitoring a 37 per cent development in cargo quantity.
According to a regulatory submitting by the ports-to-energy conglomerate to the BSE at present, Adani Ports dealt with a cargo quantity of 24.46 million metro tonnes or MMT in April this 12 months. This resulted within the firm registering a development of 86 per cent on a year-on-year foundation.
Meanwhile, within the container section, Adani Ports dealt with a quantity of 0.69 million twenty-foot equal items in April this 12 months, witnessing a 98 per cent development on a year-on-year foundation.
On the NSE, Adani Ports opened at Rs 779.85, registering an intra day excessive of Rs 782, and an intra low of Rs 760.05, within the session to this point. It was final buying and selling 0.94 per cent greater at Rs 768.55 on the NSE.
Shares of Adani Ports have been final buying and selling 1.14 per cent greater at Rs 769.95 on the BSE.