COAL INDIA LTD Q2 RESULTS
Axis Bank reports strong loan growth in Q3; key takeaways
Asset quality of the company improved, but slippages and provisions jumped during the quarter.
Market Movers: Kotak Q3 spooks bank pack; Voda, realty stocks up, OIL hit
Reliance Industries was the biggest culprit for Monday’s fall, as i...
L&T Finance Holdings Q3 profit inches up to Rs 591 crore
The NBFC said it continued to deliver top quartile return on equity at 16.51 per cen...
Modi's grand coal plan could be up against too big a barrier
India is trying to increase output as new thermal power plants and steel mills boost demand at home even as the world is turning away from the polluting fuel. Last year, the government allowed 100% foreign direct investment in coal extraction amid surging imports and falling output at Coal India. The move didn’t result in any substantial investment.
Analyst Calls: Coal India, JSPL, NTPC, M&M
Daiwa Capital Markets has a buy rating on Coal India with a target price of Rs 290.
Monopoly miner to deter investors from coal mining in India
Competition from an Indian state-run monopoly may stymie PM’s efforts to attract investments.
Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Nifty50 on Wednesday recovered nearly 100 points from the day’s low, as the bulls went ahead to buy the dips.
Proposed carbon tax waiver on coal may pose risks to India's renewables growth: Fitch
This comes at a time where aggressive bidding and rapid fall in tariff prices in country's renewable power auctions have squeezed profit margins for project developers and threatened the economic feasibility of the project pipeline in the renewables sector.
Coal India Q2 profit rises 14% to Rs 3,522 crore
Total income declined to Rs 22,012.94 crore in the July-September quarter.
Reliance Retail m-cap surpasses HDFC, ICICI Bank, Kotak and SBI
Reliance Retail shares, in the unlisted market, have risen over 75 per cent in the five months.
There's no free lunch, can't promise to grow 20% in sectors with negative growth: Dinanath Dubhashi, L&T Finance
We do not think there will be further margin expansion. This also includes some income from assets which comes once in a while. It is not a one-time extraordinary income, it just does not repeat every quarter. We have always guided this to be around 6.7-7%. We should have no problem keeping it this level which is more sustainable.
Tech View: Nifty forms Bearish Belt Hold pattern; showing fatigue
The trend may become bullish, once it crosses above the 12,150 level.
AGR hit: Vodafone Idea posts India’s biggest loss of Rs 50,921 crore
Telecom firm Vodafone Idea on Thursday reported a record loss of Rs 50,921 crore for the September quarter, as it made a provision for the S...
Independent power producers allowed to use Coal India supplies across plants
This is expected to reduce the cost of power generation making them more competitive because if a power company has separate fuel supply agreement for each plant, it can transfer coal from one plant to another. This would also reduce transport cost and take the load off railways during peak season.
DHFL postpones release of financial results
DHFL was scheduled to announce its financial result on November 25.
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