Shares of Paytm and logistics startup Delhivery dropped more than 4% on the BSE on Tuesday (November 29), compared to the closing of the previous day, amid continued volatility.
Delhivery fell as much as 5% during intraday trade, reaching an all-time low of INR 306.25 on the BSE. The stock bounced back though, and the session ended with a close of INR 337, up 4.1% from the previous day’s closing. On the BSE, Paytm ended Tuesday’s trading session up 4.8% at INR 484.1. Delhivery stock has decreased more than 30% since its initial public offering in May of this year, while Paytm shares have decreased more than 60% this year.