That may not be sign of bottoming out of the stock price and we will need to wait for more confirmation from the stock. For example, the stock has lost nearly 80% since the beginning of the year and that was largely on the back of the fears that analysts had been having on Yes bank for a long time. Like in the Yes Bank, many investors thought that IndusInd could also land up in similar trouble. But with the Hindujas coming forward and hinting that they would support the bank, it gave a psychological boost to investors. On Thursday, the Euro Pacific fund sold nearly 36 lakh shares of the bank. It is estimated that the bulk buyer may have been purchased by entities on behalf of the Hindujas. However, the next few days could be crucial for the stock.