Jindal Steel And Power Ltd (JNSP.NS)

JNSP.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

282.15INR
28 Jul 2014
Price Change (% chg)

Rs-1.05 (-0.37%)
Prev Close
Rs283.20
Open
Rs283.60
Day's High
Rs286.25
Day's Low
Rs276.10
Volume
1,915,258
Avg. Vol
3,885,528
52-wk High
Rs351.00
52-wk Low
Rs181.60

JNSP.NS

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About

Jindal Steel & Power Limited is an India-based steel producer. The Company has presence in sectors like Steel, Mining, Power Generation and Infrastructure. The Company operates the coal - based sponge iron plant in the world and has an installed capacity of three million tons per annum (MTPA) of steel at Raigarh in Chhattisgarh.... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.20
Market Cap (Mil.): Rs259,100.80
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 914.90
Dividend: 1.50
Yield (%): 0.53

Financials

  JNSP.NS Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 13.84 18.21 39.15
EPS (TTM): 20.46 -- --
ROI: 4.24 3.13 14.96
ROE: 8.71 4.80 17.28
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Jindal brothers in rival talks to save Lucchini - sources

NEW DELHI/LONDON - Billionaire brothers, Naveen and Sajjan Jindal, could be the answer Pope Francis is looking for.

01 May 2014

Jindal brothers in rival talks to save Lucchini - sources

NEW DELHI/LONDON - Billionaire brothers, Naveen and Sajjan Jindal, could be the answer Pope Francis is looking for.

01 May 2014

Indian billionaire brothers in rival talks to save Italian steelmaker-sources

* Pope Francis urges "creativity" in resolving its problems

30 Apr 2014

India's JSW Steel sees flat coking coal imports in 2014/15

NEW DELHI, March 26 - JSW Steel, India's No. 3 steel maker, said it expects imports of metallurgical coal to stay flat at 7-8 million tonnes in 2014/15, indicating its mills will continue to run below capacity due to soft demand and a shortage of iron ore.

26 Mar 2014

Jindal to stop buying metallurgical coal from Australia in three months

NEW DELHI - Jindal Steel and Power Ltd will stop buying coking coal from Australia in three months from now as its own mines there start shipping, a top company official said, a move that could further soften prices of the commodity.

19 Mar 2014

India reclaims 31 coal blocks from private firms over delay

NEW DELHI/BHUBANESWAR - The coal ministry is taking back 31 coal blocks allocated to private firms including the Tata group and Jindal Steel and Power over delays in developing them, jeopardising billion-dollar projects and inviting legal action.

19 Feb 2014

UPDATE 1-India takes back coal blocks from private firms over delays

* Tata group, Jindal Steel, Adani Power among those whose coal blocks reclaimed

19 Feb 2014

India takes back coal blocks from private firms over delays

* Tata group , Jindal Steel, Adani Power among those whose coal blocks reclaimed

19 Feb 2014

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