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Tata Tele share value: Can Tata Teleservices plunge like Vodafone Idea tomorrow?

Shareholders of , shares of which have jumped over 3000 per cent within the final one yr, might be in for a impolite shock on Wednesday when the market opens because the board of the corporate has gone Vodafone Idea’s means.

Tata Teleservices on Tuesday mentioned it is going to convert the curiosity on deferred AGR dues into fairness shares, giving the central authorities a 9.5 per cent stake within the agency. The curiosity comes out to be Rs 850 crore as per the corporate’s estimates.
“The average price of the company’s shares at the relevant date of August 14, 2021, as per the calculation method provided in the DoT Communication works out to be Rs. 41.50 per share,” Tata Teleservices mentioned in a launch.

It merely means when the share is allotted to the federal government, it is going to seemingly occur at this value. Even the corporate accepted that in case of conversion, it is going to end in dilution of all the present shareholders of the corporate, together with the promoters.

The information can deflate the rally in Tata Teleservices, analysts mentioned.

“There is a lot of speculation around the stock and the announcement will negatively affect the stock price. The stock was way ahead of its fundamentals,” mentioned Kranthi Bathini of Wealth Mills.

The inventory had risen larger on hypothesis that the corporate may turn into a winner replicating the success and enterprise mannequin of Tata Elxsi or Tata Communication, different multibaggers from Tata Group secure.

“The stock is always either at upper circuit or lower circuit, which shows the speculative nature of trade in the counter,” Bathini mentioned. The inventory closed on the higher circuit on Tuesday as nicely, earlier than the corporate introduced the attainable conversion of debt to fairness.

Though, nevertheless unhealthy this information might be for traders, the step is sensible for the corporate. Tata Teleservices has AGR dues of Rs 16,798 crore of which it has paid Rs 4,197 crore and had opted for the 4-year AGR and spectrum fee moratorium.

Deven Choksey, Managing Director of KRChoksey Shares and Securities mentioned that giving a stake to the federal government by changing debt is all the time a greater choice for each the federal government and the businesses. TGI

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