Adani Enterprises made a profit of 722 crores amid controversies, revenue also increased by 26%


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The day of January 24, 2023.. This was the day after which the bad days of Gautam Adani’s companies started. Shares of many companies of Adani Group started falling upside down. However, after all the efforts in between, there was also a boom in the shares. In all this, there was one company which was being monitored. That was Adani Enterprises, this is the company which made huge profits to the investors. But after the Hindenburg report, the same amount of damage was done.

Now the quarterly results of Adani Enterprises have been released. In the quarterly results, the consolidated profit of the company has doubled to Rs 722 crore. The same company’s revenue has also seen a strong increase of 26 percent.

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Investors will also be rich

After the excellent quarterly results of the company, the company has also given a bumper gift to the investors. Adani Enterprises has announced a dividend of 120% on every share of the company. The company will give a dividend of Rs 1.20 per share to all its investors. Adani Enterprises has not only got relief after the results of the company, but also those investors who have invested their money in the company will also get relief.

strong growth in income

Along with the profits, the income of Adani Enterprises has also increased. During this period the income of the company has increased from Rs 24866 crore to Rs 31346 crore. After the quarterly results, the stock of the company also saw a boom. After the market closed on Thursday, the stock of Adani Enterprises closed at Rs 1925 with a gain of Rs 86. Talking about the speed of one day, it has been 4.68 percent. Talking about the results, apart from Adani Enterprises, quarterly results of big companies like HDFC and Dabur were also released.

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