Bajaj Finance share price hits 52-week high after stellar Q3 results; should you buy, hold or sell?



Bajaj Finance share price touches 52-week high on Wednesday


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Bajaj Finance share price touches 52-week high on Wednesday

Share price of Bajaj Finance surged over 3.5% on Wednesday after the company reported stellar Q3 results beating street estimates. The company on Tuesday reported an 85.5% rise in consolidated net profit at Rs 2,125 crore for the third quarter from Rs 1,146 crore in the year-ago period. Company’s Net Interest Income (NII) rose 40% at Rs 6,000 crore as compared to Rs 4,296 crore year-on-year (YoY). Bajaj Finance stock surged 3.6% to touch a 52-week high of Rs 8,043 per share on the BSE. The financial service major delivered an all-round healthy performance in all its key business parameters, said Motilal Oswal. The brokerage believes that its customer acquisitions and new loans booked have reached pre-covid levels and will soon breach historical highs in subsequent quarters.

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Trump Accidentally Hits Kid on Head With Baseball at World Series

  • Former President Donald Trump watched the Atlanta Braves play the Houston Astros on October 30.
  • A video showed him tossing a baseball back to a fan but accidentally hitting a child on the head.
  • He’s boasted about his baseball prowess, claiming he was once the best player in New York state.

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Former President Donald Trump accidentally hit a child on the head with a baseball at the World Series game on October 30, a video shows.

Trump was sitting in an open-air suite with his wife, Melania Trump, at the game between the Atlanta Braves and the Houston Astros at Truist Park in Atlanta.

A clip from that evening that was shared on TikTok by someone with the username @loupastore27 shows a young fan

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Italy business confidence slips in Sept but consumer morale hits record high

A dog is seen under a chair of a restaurant at Campo de’ Fiori, as the region of Lazio becomes a restriction-free “white zone” where only masks and social distancing are required, in Rome, Italy, June 14, 2021. REUTERS/Yara Nardi

ROME, Sept 24 (Reuters) – Morale amongst Italian businesses slipped for a second month running in September but consumer confidence jumped to its highest level for more than 23 years, data showed on Friday.

National statistics institute ISTAT’s manufacturing confidence index edged down to 113.0 in September from 113.2 in August, but was still above a median forecast of 112.6 in a Reuters survey of eight analysts.

ISTAT’s composite business morale index, combining surveys of the manufacturing, retail, construction and services sectors, came in at 113.8 in September, down from August’s reading of 114.0.

However, consumer confidence surged this month to 119.6 from 116.2 in August, easily beating a median

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