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Bharti Airtel Ltd (BRTI.BO)

BRTI.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

313.00INR
22 Feb 2019
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Rs2.80 (+0.90%)
Prev Close
Rs310.20
Open
Rs309.70
Day's High
Rs316.20
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Rs308.05
Volume
155,905
Avg. Vol
603,693
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Rs436.70
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Fri, Feb 8 2019

UPDATE 1-India's Bharti Airtel unit to merge with Telkom Kenya

NAIROBI, Feb 8 India's Bharti Airtel said on Friday its unit Airtel Networks Kenya Ltd has agreed to merge with Telkom Kenya Ltd, the East African nation's smallest telecom operator.

UPDATE 1-India's Bharti Airtel posts 72 pct third-quarter profit drop as price pressure weighs

* Q3 profit of 862 mln rupees vs estimated loss of 6.86 bln rupees

India's Bharti Airtel posts 72 percent drop in third-quarter profit

Jan 31 India's Bharti Airtel Ltd posted a nearly 72 percent fall in quarterly profit on Thursday, as the telecoms bellwether suffered from continuing pricing pressure.

India's Bharti Airtel in talks to buy Telkom Kenya: sources

NAIROBI India's Bharti Airtel is in talks to buy Telkom Kenya, the East African nation's smallest telecoms operator, to create a stronger challenger to market leader Safaricom , three industry sources told Reuters on Monday.

India's Bharti Airtel in talks to buy Telkom Kenya - sources

NAIROBI India's Bharti Airtel is in talks to buy Telkom Kenya, the East African nation's smallest telecoms operator, to create a stronger challenger to market leader Safaricom , three industry sources told Reuters on Monday.

UPDATE 1-India's Bharti Airtel in talks to buy Telkom Kenya - sources

NAIROBI, Jan 14 India's Bharti Airtel is in talks to buy Telkom Kenya, the East African nation's smallest telecoms operator, to create a stronger challenger to market leader Safaricom, three industry sources told Reuters on Monday.

Bharti Airtel in talks on a potential takeover of Telkom Kenya -sources

NAIROBI, Jan 14 Bharti Airtel is in talks about a potential takeover of Telkom Kenya, the East African nation's smallest operator, three telecoms industry sources told Reuters on Monday.

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

Jan 11 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Friday: ** Twenty-First Century Fox said it does not plan to bid for any of the regional sports networks that Walt Disney Co may need to sell to win U.S. Justice Department's approval for its purchase of Fox's film and TV assets. ** Eli Lilly and Co remains in the hunt for cancer drugs even after announcing an $8 billion purchase of Loxo Oncology this week, but it plans to remain on the sideli

UPDATE 2-India's Bharti Airtel to give Tanzania bigger stake in local telecoms firm

* Move aims to resolve ownership dispute (.) By Fumbuka Ng'wanakilala and Omar Mohammed DAR ES SALAAM, Jan 11 India's Bharti Airtel has agreed to give part of its stake in Airtel Tanzania to the government, raising the East African nation's holding in the mobile phone operator to 49 percent from 40 percent, the president's office said on Friday.

Airtel Tanzania gives up part of its stake to government - president's office

NAIROBI, Jan 11 Airtel Tanzania, a unit of India's Bharti Airtel, has agreed to give up a part of its stake to the government, bringing the East African nation's shareholding to 49 percent from 40 percent previously, president's office said on Friday.

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