Aviation Stocks Trade 2-4% Lower On IOCs ATF Price Hike Decision

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    On Wednesday in early morning trade, shares in aviation companies including Jet Airways, Indigo and Spicejet were seeing a declining price trend after Indian Oil Corporation decided to bring about a hike in aviation turbine fuel or ATF with effect from May 1.

    Aviation Stocks Trade 2-4% Lower On IOCs ATF Price Hike Decision

    ATF will now be priced higher by 6.5% at Rs 65,340/KL as against Rs 61,450/KL in the previous month. Report also hint at a possible increased in the demand for jet fuel. As per a PTI report, average demand for jet fuel could cross 700,000 tonnes this year as per analyst estimates.

    But aviation companies ahead of the holiday season are expected to report a better quarter.

    Interglobe avaiation was trading lower with a fall of 2.3% at Rs. 1367, Jet Airways lower by 3.73% at Rs. 618 and Spicejet fell by 2.93% at Rs. 133.5 at 1:25 pm.


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