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    Gaurav Modi

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    Lower realisations and high costs hurt margins of Jindal Steel and PowerShree Cement: Huge cash flows, low production cost set to boost investor returnsFund managers & small-time investors buy, sell stocks based on astrologers’ adviceSesa Goa's net profit falls 74% y-o-y to Rs 298 crore
    Higher silver production, lower costs helped Hindustan Zinc post huge net profitUltratech Cement: High costs mar show, but future prospects brightRestart of Mining Positive, But Steel Prices may FallRestart of mining positive for Sesa Goa and JSW Steel, steel prices may fallWhat does tomorrow's judgement on Karnataka Category B iron ore mines mean for the industry?
    Subdued demand, oversupply to weigh on cement industryPower tariff hike in Andhra Pradesh to impact smaller cement playersCement price increase in February fails to sustainWhy increase in cement prices is a must for ACC?
    SAIL OFS may not be an attractive investment option for short termNMDC: Higher volumes, stake sale to help company step up paceNalco floor price fixed at Rs 40/share; 10% discount givenTata Steel close to securing its debt share for Odisha plant
    Bothra Metals and Alloys IPO: Company's negative cash flows could impact it's performanceCapacity expansion, royalties weigh heavy on Ambuja CementsOrient Paper's demerger of cement business on 9th MarchCement gets costlier amid cost escalation, diesel price hike
    Rio Tintos not to shut down its Gove refinerySAIL: Project delays, wage bill could hurt coMadras Cements: Company registers growth despite low demand for cementProject delays, tariffs may dim Jindal Steel and Power Ltd's growth
    Jindal Steel and Power posts growth in top-line, net sales up by 10% in Q3ACC's net profit falls by more than 12% in December 2012 quarterJK Cement posts better than expected December quarter resultsCement prices improve in January, demand remains weak
    Narrowing valuation gap between large and midcap cement companiesMining ban continues to take toll on JSW SteelSesa Goa: Cairn India stake saves the day; no positive trigger seen in medium termWhat's in store for Sesa Goa? Nothing exciting!
    Shree powers its way out of gloom even as cement div proves a laggardUltratech Cement reportS fall in net profits in December 2012 quarterSensex valuations not cheap at current growth rate: ExpertsElectrosteel Casting reports strong performance
    Exogenous factors causing trouble for cement companiesWeak demand to bring down margins of metal sector companiesQ3 earnings preview: Weak demand, high costs to hit cement cos marginsReasons why cement companies will not show bright December quarter results
    Will the Rupee really appreciate in 2013?Supreme Court's decision on Category B mines in Karnataka tomorrowSagar Cement jumps after a long wait
    Sagar Cement jumps after a long wait
    04 Jan 2013 04:24 PM IST
    Rosy outlook for steel sector augurs well for MOIL
    Cement companies in north India: Rising demand and prices to aid growthCement prices continue to be weak in DecemberHindalco: Worst seems to be over
    Hindalco: Worst seems to be over
    26 Dec 2012 06:20 PM IST
    Jindal Steel and Power: Waiting for a single positive spark
    Geographical exposure to bode well for Ambuja CementET 500: New entrants, gainers and losersET 500: Continuous focus on improving brand took ACC ahead of its competitorsTata Motors implements austerity measures to tackle dwindling revenues
    ACC & Ambuja Cements: Small hike in royalty a relief for investorsCondition for Indian steel players is worse when compared to global peersGMDC to gain as uncertainty over coal supply brings lignite in focusAction Financial Services' one paisa per trade: Sounds good but is it really good or sustainable business model?
    Power division key for Jindal Steel and Power in the near termEffects of Supreme Court's judgement on Vedanta group companiesCement prices remain weak in NovemberSteel companies reported muted performance in line with expectations
    JK Cements revenues grow 39.5% YoY
    JK Cements revenues grow 39.5% YoY
    09 Nov 2012 06:27 PM IST
    After investing $2.45 trillion capital, India Inc stares at dwindling returns to shareholdersOver 300 mid & small-cap stocks double their value as Sensex, Nifty gain groundPeaking of margins, debts make Bhushan Steel look expensive at current levels
    Expansion, cost edge in VSF business to drive growth for Grasim IndustriesHindalco gains 4% on forest clearance for Mahan coal blockCement prices rise in North and Central India; Andhra Pradesh surprises positivelyA wild rise: Sulabh Engineers & Services has generated over 2700% returns in last 10 months
    Ultratech Cement offset by higher power, fuel and freight costsIndian Metals and Ferro Alloys posts profit of Rs 21.77 croreFall in coking prices & better outlook on iron ore signals good time for JSW SteelShree Cement expected to show strong post earnings in the coming quarters
    High volumes to drive Shree Cement's numbersViscose Staple Fibre division to regain market: GrasimSteel firms to witness subdued performance in the second quarterCement industry likely to continue witnessing consolidation
    Reforms, retail focus to help cement firmsExpansion plans, products portfolio to augur well for JK CementRising interest in gambling to augur well for Delta CorpHindalco growth to be driven by new project, Novelis
    Bokaro plant ready for commissioning; will auger well for ESL in futureCement industry remains in doldrums in Andhra PradeshRegulatory issues remain to be a major impediment for Vedanta GroupHeidelberg cement’s expansion plans to augur well for the company
    Uncertainty over commencement of Utkal coal block, a major concern for NalcoMonnet Ispat & Energy records 23% y-o-y revenue growth in June quarter; input costs squeezes EBIDTA margins
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