Bharti Infratel will be added to FTSE All-World Index (Large Cap) with a investability weighting of 9% and will also be added to FTSE All-Emerging Index.
Bharti Infratel was one of the largest IPOs in the largest two years, after the IPO of Coal India two years ago.
This follows the Company's successful Initial Public Offering of 188,900,000 equity shares and its listing on the National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange in India.
Bharti Infratel shares were seen trading at Rs 206, higher by 1.27% on BSE at 12.15 pm IST. It touched an intra-high low of Rs 210.
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