NTPC Ltd (NTPC.NS)
7 Mar 2014
|Market Cap (Mil.):||Rs959,359.81|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||8,245.46|
* BSE index gains 0.53 pct; NSE ends 0.5 pct higher * Info Edge at record high on Facebook-WhatsApp deal * NTPC plunges to over 5-yr low on electricity pricing rules By Abhishek Vishnoi MUMBAI, Feb 24 - Indian shares rose for a second consecutive session on Monday to a one-month high as blue chips, including banks gained on continued optimism around foreign-investor buying even as rising global uncertainties hit other Asian markets. It was a mixed day for power uti
Reuters Market Eye - NTPC shares slump as much as 11.2 percent, their lowest level since October 27, 2008, but Tata Power and Adani Power surge after the electricity regulator's ruling on pricing.
* India's benchmark BSE index falls 0.14 percent, while the broader NSE index is down 0.2 percent, with sentiment weakened after China shares slumped on mainland news reports that stoked fears that banks have stopped extending loans to property-related companies. * Still, overseas investors have remained net buyers of Indian shares most of this month, despite lingering fears over China's economy and the U.S. Federal Reserve's tapering of its monthly bond buying. Foreign investors bought a net 6
* India's NTPC Ltd shares slump as much as 11.2 percent, their lowest level since Oct. 27, 2008, but Tata Power Ltd and Adani Power Ltd surge after the electricity regulator's ruling on pricing. * The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission on Sunday allowed Tata Power and Adani to raise tariffs, benefiting the two power producers. * But the impact for NTPC is seen as negative because the regulator has at the same time tightened incentives on capacity utilisation and tax treatments for the st
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NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court on Friday ordered state-run power producer NTPC Ltd to continue supplying power to distribution companies in the capital, New Delhi, until March 26, in a move that averts a blackout next week.
* State-run power producer told to keep supplying distributors
NEW DELHI, Feb 7 - India's Supreme Court ordered state-run power producer NTPC Ltd on Friday not to disconnect power supplies to distribution companies in the capital New Delhi until March 26, averting a potential blackout next week.
NEW DELHI - India's top power producer NTPC Ltd said on Saturday it might cut supplies to a company that distributes electricity to parts of New Delhi, something that could plunge the heart of India's capital into darkness.