Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL.BO)

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17 Apr 2014
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Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL) is a steel producing company. The Company is an iron and steel manufacturer producing both basic and special steels for domestic construction, engineering, power, railway, automotive and defense industries and for sale in export markets. The Company’s business segments include five steel... (more)


Beta: 1.74
Market Cap (Mil.): Rs293,680.31
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 4,130.52
Dividend: 2.02
Yield (%): 3.40


  SAIL.BO Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 4.26 12.91 27.85
EPS (TTM): 16.69 -- --
ROI: -- 0.88 15.20
ROE: -- 1.78 17.37
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UPDATE 1-State-backed Indian firms hope to buy foreign coal mines soon

Panaji, India, March 6 - A consortium led by Steel Authority of India Ltd, the country's second-biggest steelmaker, hopes to buy coal mines overseas in the next few months when it has completed due diligence on facilities in Indonesia, Mozambique and the United States.

06 Mar 2014

India's SAIL-led group doing due diligence on coal mines abroad

NEW DELHI, Feb 14 - Steel Authority of India Ltd , India's second-biggest steelmaker, said its coal joint venture with four other Indian firms was in advance stages of due diligence on purchases of mines abroad, with no limit set on its investment.

14 Feb 2014

Steel consortium slashes Afghan ore plant plan

NEW DELHI/KABUL - An Indian consortium has slashed a planned $10.8 billion iron ore investment in Afghanistan by 80 percent because it has been unable to get funding for the project.

31 Dec 2013

RPT-Fitch affirms Steel Authority of India at 'BBB-'; outlook stable

Dec 16 - (The following statement was released by the rating agency)

16 Dec 2013

Steelmakers look to bid for low-quality Goan iron ore

NEW DELHI - Indian steelmakers are looking to bid for much of the 11.46 million tonnes of low-quality iron ore that Goa will auction, after court-ordered restrictions on mining have cut off supplies.

15 Nov 2013

SAIL to stick to coal import target despite rupee fall

NEW DELHI - Steel Authority of India Ltd , the country's largest domestic steelmaker, is sticking to its target of importing 12 million tonnes of steel-making coal this fiscal year despite a weaker rupee inflating costs, its chairman told Reuters on Thursday.

24 Oct 2013

India's SAIL to stick to coal import target despite rupee fall

* Seeking to buy coal mines abroad, delegation to visit Poland

24 Oct 2013

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