Vedanta Q2 profit rises 47% to Rs2,091 crore
Vedanta posts a 47% rise in second-quarter profit, helped by improved commodity prices and higher zinc and copper production
Bengaluru: Vedanta Ltd, the Indian unit of diversified mining group Vedanta Resources Plc, posted a 47% rise in second-quarter profit, helped by improved commodity prices and higher zinc and copper production.
Profit rose to Rs2,091 crore ($323.52 million) in the three months through 30 September, from Rs1,424 crore a year earlier.
Analysts on average expected a profit of Rs2,326 crore, Thomson Reuters data showed.
Total income grew about 24% to Rs22,466 crore, the company said on Thursday. Reuters
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