By Malvika Gurung
Investing.com -- Adani Transmission (NS: ADAI ): India’s largest power transmission company’s consolidated net profit plunged 61% YoY to Rs 168.5 crore in the June quarter, while consolidated revenue surged 22% YoY as new transmission lines began operations and energy demand increased.
Vodafone Idea (NS: VODA ): The beleaguered telco’s net loss remained flat at Rs 7,296 crore in Q1 FY23, while revenue grew 13.7% YoY and EBITDA surged 16.7% YoY to Rs 4,328 crore. Its ARPU improved 3.2% QoQ to Rs 128 in the quarter.
IndiGo (NS: INGL ): India’s largest airline company’s net loss fell 66.5% YoY to Rs 1,064.3 crore in the June quarter, while revenues from operations rallied a whopping 327.5% YoY to Rs 12,855.3 crore and total income jumped to its all-time high quarterly measure.
Adani Wilmar (NS: ADAW ): The edible oil manufacturer’s net profit rose 10.2% YoY to Rs 193.6 crore in Q1, while PAT dropped 17.4% to Rs 234.3 crore. Its topline jumped 30.2% YoY to Rs 14,731.6 crore with a 14% surge in EBITDA at Rs 496 crore.
Adani Power (NS: ADAN ): The company’s consolidated net profit skyrocketed 1,619.4% YoY to Rs 4,780 crore in Q1 and revenue rallied 109% YoY to Rs 13,723 crore.
Aditya Birla Capital (NS: ADTB ): The financial services company posted its highest ever consolidated quarterly net profit at Rs 429 crore in Q1 FY23, surging 42% YoY, while consolidated revenue rose 26% YoY to Rs 5,859 crore in the period.
Satin Creditcare Network (NS: SATR ): The NBFC posted a net profit of Rs 60 crore in Q1 compared to a net loss of Rs 71 crore in the year-ago period, while net income rallied 226.1% YoY to Rs 512 crore in the quarter.
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