Bharti Infr traded at 241.65 this Thursday December 17th, decreasing 0 or 0 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Bharti Infr lost 27.15 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price rose by 11.44 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Bharti Infr to be priced at 234.67 by the end of this quarter and at 214.90 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
Axiata Group 2.89 0.08 2.85% -22.73%
Starhub 1.25 0.02 1.63% 2.46% Berhad 3.44 0.19 5.85% -16.71%
Pt Xl Axiata Tbk 2,550.00 -80.00 -3.04% -4.49%
Hcl Technologies 985.80 -16.15 -1.61% 0.23%
Hindustan Unilever 2,234.80 -82.85 -3.57% -9.57%
Infosys 1,462.05 -18.10 -1.22% -7.51%
Reliance Infra 2,593.80 66.10 2.62% 22.89%
Telekom Malaysia Bhd 5.25 0.03 0.57% -13.51%
TCS 3,287.00 -31.15 -0.94% -1.76%
Telekomunikasi 4,040.00 10.00 0.25% 28.25%
Wipro 419.00 -8.25 -1.93% -23.21%
Singapore Telecom 2.57 0 0% 12.23%

Indexes Price Day Year
NIFTY 50 15799 -51.10 -0.32% 0.49%

Bharti Infr
Bharti Infratel Limited is an India-based company engaged in providing tower and related infrastructure sharing services. The Company has operations in around 22 telecommunication circles. The Company operates in approximately 37,196 towers. The Companys service includes tower infrastructure solutions. It also provides service where the anchor operator and the co-operator share the same infrastructure, which includes tower and shelter for housing the base transceiver stations, the onsite power supply equipment, such as diesel generators, battery banks, transmission room, as well as services related to installation, maintenance, repair, overhauling and upgradation. The Companys towers come in two varieties, which include ground-based (GBT) and roof-top (RTT) towers. The Company along with its joint venture, Indus Towers Limited (Indus), acquires, builds, owns and operates towers and related infrastructure. The joint venture also provides access to wireless telecommunication service.