GAIL (India) Ltd (GAIL.NS)

GAIL.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

488.20INR
28 Nov 2014
Price Change (% chg)

Rs-1.25 (-0.26%)
Prev Close
Rs489.45
Open
Rs490.00
Day's High
Rs499.35
Day's Low
Rs483.45
Volume
1,199,646
Avg. Vol
1,466,610
52-wk High
Rs551.90
52-wk Low
Rs328.80

GAIL.NS

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About

GAIL (India) Limited is a gas utility company. The Company is engaged in transport through pipeline; manufacture of basic chemicals, fertilizer and nitrogen compounds, plastics and synthetic rubber in primary forms; extraction of crude petroleum; extraction of natural gas and electric power generation, transmission and... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.69
Market Cap (Mil.): Rs620,856.31
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 1,268.48
Dividend: 5.90
Yield (%): 2.12

Financials

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EXCLUSIVE-Asian buyers of U.S. LNG dial back as exuberance dims

* Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Gail offering 5-year deals - sources

19 Sep 2014

EXCLUSIVE-Asian buyers of U.S. LNG dial back as exuberance dims

* Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Gail offering 5-year deals - sources

19 Sep 2014

Fourteen killed in GAIL India gas pipeline blast and fire

NEW DELHI - Fourteen people were killed and 20 injured on Friday in a blast and fire at a gas pipeline in Andhra Pradesh, again raising safety concerns over the country's energy projects.

27 Jun 2014

Investors switching to Cairn India from GAIL

Reuters Market Eye - Investors are looking to switch to oil explorer Cairn India from gas utility company GAIL (India) Ltd due to the difference in valuation and rising conflict in Iraq, dealers say.

20 Jun 2014

MARKET EYE -Investors switching to Cairn India from GAIL

* Investors are looking to switch to oil explorer Cairn India from gas utility company GAIL (India) Ltd due to the difference in valuation and rising conflict in Iraq, dealers say. * GAIL is currently trading at 11 times of its FY16 earnings while Cairn India is trading at seven times, Thomson Reuters data shows. * "One can make a switch to Cairn as short-term firmness in crude oil prices and depreciating rupee are sentimental booster for the stock," said G. Chokkalingam, founder of Equinomics

20 Jun 2014

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