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Hindalco Industries Ltd (HALC.BO)

HALC.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

150.10INR
29 Sep 2016
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Thu, Sep 15 2016

MEDIA-India's Hindalco to sell alumina plant, mines in Brazil - Economic Times

- Note: Reuters has not verified this story and does not vouch for its accuracy

BUZZ-India's Hindalco hits over 1-wk low; technicals suggest weakness

** Aluminum and copper producer Hindalco Industries Ltd falls as much as 2.65 pct to lowest since July 12

BRIEF-Hindalco Industries FY16 consol profit 448.1 mln rupees

* Consensus forecast for june-quarter net profit was 2.18 billion rupees Source text: http://bit.ly/2aaDqRf Further company coverage: (Bengaluru newsroom)

BUZZ-India's Hindalco shares hit over 1-yr high on rival Alcoa's earnings

** Shares of Hindalco Industries Ltd rise as much as 5.54 pct to their highest in more than a year

BUZZ-India's metal stocks rise; Cabinet clears mineral exploration policy

** India's metal stocks rise after the Union Cabinet cleared the National Mineral Exploration Policy (NMEP)

Sensex rises for fifth straight session

MUMBAI Indian shares rose for a fifth straight session on Monday after earnings of blue chips such as Hindalco Industries Ltd beat street estimates, boosting hopes that the economy was recovering.

Indian shares rise for fifth straight session

MUMBAI, May 30 Indian shares rose for a fifth straight session on Monday after earnings of blue chips such as Hindalco Industries Ltd beat street estimates, boosting hopes that the economy was recovering.

Indian shares gain for fifth straight day

* Heavy buying in index futures suggests speculative longs - traders

BUZZ-India's Hindalco Industries surges on strong earnings

** Aluminium giant Hindalco Industries Ltd surges as much as 10.72 pct

BUZZ-India's Hindalco weighed down by global aluminium weakness

** Aluminium rolling company Hindalco Industries falls as much as 3 pct as global aluminium prices slump

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