Paytm shares are presently trading at INR 912.30, reflecting a 2% increase
Shares of Paytm slumped as much as 10.6% to INR 882.1 during the intraday trading on the BSE on October 23 after the company released its Q2 FY24 earnings
The changes in constituents for the MSCI Global Standard Indexes will occur at the close of November 30, 2023
Paytm’s parent company, One97 Communications, is among the nine stocks newly incorporated into the MSCI Global Standard Index. Following its inclusion, One97 Communications observed its shares reaching the highest level this month.
Paytm shares are presently trading at INR 912.30, reflecting a 2% increase. The stock has registered a remarkable 72% gain in the year 2023.
IIFL Alternative Research estimates potential stock inflows at $140 Mn, while Nuvama Alternative and Quantitative Research anticipates inflows of $162 Mn.
Recently, Paytm announced a 49% year-on-year decrease in its consolidated net loss, amounting to INR 291.7 Cr for the quarter ending September 2023. Operating revenue experienced a significant 31% surge, reaching INR 2,518.6 Cr, propelled by robust expansion in the payments and financial services sector.
Meanwhile, shares of Paytm slumped as much as 10.6% to INR 882.1 during the intraday trading on the BSE on October 23 after the company released its Q2 FY24 earnings.
In addition to Paytm, IndusInd Bank, Tata Motors ‘A’ (Tata Motors DVR), and Suzlon Energy shares are also among the nine stocks included in the MSCI Global Standard Index.
As per the latest announcement by the global index provider, other stocks added to the MSCI India Index include APL Apollo Tubes, Macrotech Developers, Persistent Systems, Polycab India, and Tata Communications.
The changes in constituents for the MSCI Global Standard Indexes will take place at the close of November 30, 2023.
At the same time, MSCI has not removed any stocks from the India index.
Passive funds globally monitor the Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) indices. Any additions or upward adjustments in stock weightages within these global benchmarks are likely to attract inflows from passive funds aligned with these indexes.
Morgan Stanley Capital International or MSCI is known for its stock indices. The MSCI Index includes stocks from developed markets worldwide, as defined by MSCI. It covers securities from 23 countries but excludes stocks from emerging and frontier economies, making its global scope somewhat narrower. In contrast, the MSCI All Country World Index (ACWI) incorporates both developed and emerging nations. Additionally, MSCI offers a Frontier Markets index, which includes another 31 markets.
The MSCI India Index is crafted to gauge the performance of the large and mid-cap segments within the Indian market. Encompassing 122 constituents, the index effectively spans about 85% of the entire Indian equity universe.