- A portion of Quick Heal Technologies rose almost 20% to hit a new 52-week high of Rs 227.45.
- The stock opened 9.7 per cent higher at Rs 208.20 against the past close of Rs 189.55.
- Quick Heal Technologies has likewise declared a buyback of around 63,26,530 value.
A portion of Quick Heal Technologies rose almost 20% to hit a new 52-week high of Rs 227.45 on BSE after the organization announced a multifold development in a net benefit of Rs 39.7 crore quarter finished March 31. Benefit in the year-prior period remained at Rs 7.9 crore.
The stock opened 9.7 per cent higher at Rs 208.20 against the past close of Rs 189.55. The stock has acquired 97% in one year and risen 24% since the start of this current year.
The offer stands higher than a multi-day, moving midpoint. The market cap of the firm increased to Rs 1,371.48 crore.
Income from tasks rose 64% to Rs 105 crore in the last quarter against Rs 64 crore a year prior. Retail section income remained at Rs 299 crore contrasted with Rs 242 crore in FY20.
For FY21, income from activities grew 16% to Rs 333 crore from Rs 286 crore in the earlier year.
“We are enchanted to close FY21 on a high note…Our progressing interests in building fresher abilities and fortifying the administration group position us well to dispatch cutting edge arrangements and assemble a strong establishment for the undertaking industry” said Kailash Katkar, Managing Director and CEO, Quick Heal Technologies.
“Be that as it may, the new rush of the pandemic has by and by gave a difficult working climate lockdown forced in numerous states.
As inoculation gets force, we are cheerful that the circumstance will improve at the appointed time of time,” he added.
“During the last quarter, we reported buyback of value shares, which additionally fits with our vigorous capital distribution strategy and ought to be EPS (Earnings per share) accretive,” said Nitin Kulkarni, CFO, Quick Heal Technologies.
He further added that the organization’s asset report stays solid with zero obligation and money and money reciprocals of around Rs 4,809 million.
Quick Heal Technologies has likewise declared a buyback of around 63,26,530 value shares for up to Rs 155 crore at Rs 245 for each value share.