Most Adani Group stocks rose in early trading on Friday, as the conglomerate sought to boost investor confidence after a short-seller attack wiped off billions of dollars in investor wealth.
Adani Green Energy has a refinancing plan that the company will disclose after the fiscal year ends, an executive of the embattled Adani Group informed bondholders on a call on Thursday, sources told Reuters.
Adani Green shares were up 3% on Friday, after losing nearly 70% since a Jan. 24 report by U.S. short seller Hindenburg Research. Adani Power climbed 5%, while Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone was marginally higher.
Seven of the conglomerate’s listed companies have together lost about $125 billion in market value since Hindenburg alleged the group improperly used offshore tax havens and manipulated stock, and flagged concerns over its high debt levels.
Adani Group has rejected the concerns and denied any wrongdoing.
The Economic Times reported on Friday that Adani Group also plans to completely pre-pay all loans against shares over the next 20 days to ensure that borrowings are not linked to the value of the shares after the debt repayment.