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Day After Adani Group Rejects OCCRP Report, Shares Achieve

Many of the heavyweight Adani Group shares have recovered not less than 50 per cent.

New Delhi:

A day after the Adani Group rejected the OCCRP (Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Undertaking) report, Adani Group shares recovered from intraday lows and traded within the inexperienced. 

Shares of Adani Group’s flagship firm Adani Enterprises witnessed a surge of over 1.5 per cent; the shares of Adani Ports additionally witnessed an uptick of over 1.5 per cent.  

Many of the heavyweight Adani Group shares have recovered not less than 50 per cent from the lows witnessed through the Hindenburg report fallout. 

In actual fact, the massive bets for GQG in India (one the marquee international funds) are nonetheless on the Adani Group shares. Since March 2023, after the Hindenburg saga, GQG has invested throughout Adani Group firms. 

Rejecting the OCCRP report, the Adani Group in a press release stated “We categorically rejected these recycled allegations. These information stories look like one more concerted bid by Soros-funded pursuits supported by a piece of the international media to revive the meritless Hindenburg report.  

The Adani Group has additionally acknowledged that “these makes an attempt are aimed toward producing income by driving down the group’s inventory costs and these brief sellers are below investigation by numerous authorities”.

The assertion additional added, “as per the professional committee appointed by the Supreme Court docket there isn’t a proof of any breach of the minimal public shareholding necessities or manipulation of inventory costs.”

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