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Spicejet Ltd (SPJT.BO)

SPJT.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

68.25INR
31 May 2016
Change (% chg)

Rs0.60 (+0.89%)
Prev Close
Rs67.65
Open
Rs68.10
Day's High
Rs69.40
Day's Low
Rs66.55
Volume
8,971,966
Avg. Vol
11,143,259
52-wk High
Rs95.30
52-wk Low
Rs17.00

SPJT.BO

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About

SpiceJet Limited is an India-based provider of air transportation services. The Company operates approximately 250 daily flights to around 41 destinations, including around 34 domestic and seven international. The Company connects its network using fleet of around 20 Boeing 737 and two Airbus A319 aircraft, along with around 14... (more)

Overall

Beta: 2.00
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs40,552.80
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 599.45
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  SPJT.BO Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 14.61 13.99 25.04
EPS (TTM): 4.63 -- --
ROI: 104.00 5.48 6.39
ROE: -- 9.01 9.80

BUZZ-India's SpiceJet slumps as Q4 results fail to cheer market

** Shares of SpiceJet Ltd fall as much as 9.4 pct to 72 rupees, lowest since April 26

20 May 2016

SpiceJet hopes to place aircraft order in 2-3 months

NEW DELHI India's SpiceJet Ltd hopes to place an order for more than 100 single-aisle planes in the next two to three months, its chairman said, as the nation's fourth-biggest airline by passenger market share reported a surge in quarterly profit.

19 May 2016

UPDATE 1-India's SpiceJet hopes to place aircraft order in 2-3 months

* In talks with both Boeing and Airbus (Adds management comment, details)

19 May 2016

Indian carrier SpiceJet's Q4 net profit surges

NEW DELHI, May 19 SpiceJet Ltd, India's fourth-largest airline by market share, reported fourth-quarter net profit more than tripled on lower fuel prices and as it flew more passengers.

19 May 2016

Boeing, Airbus eye Indian growth amid fears of global slowdown

HYDERABAD, India Boeing and Airbus expect Indian airlines to order up to 1,740 jets over the next 20 years, as aircraft manufacturers eye one of the world's fastest-growing aviation markets to offset any weaker sales elsewhere.

18 Mar 2016

AIRSHOW-Boeing, Airbus eye Indian growth as fears of global slowdown mount

HYDERABAD, India, March 17 Boeing Co and Airbus Group SE said on Thursday they expect Indian airlines to order up to 1740 jets over the next 20 years, as aircraft manufacturers eye one of the world's fastest-growing aviation markets to offset any weaker sales elsewhere.

17 Mar 2016

BUZZ-Crude's rally takes sheen off Indian aviation stocks

** Indian aviation stocks InterGlobe Aviation, Jet Airways and Spicejet Ltd fall

04 Feb 2016

BUZZ-India's Spicejet jumps 14.9 pct on record Q3 profit

** Spicejet Ltd rises as much as 14.9 pct, posting its biggest intraday percentage gain since Oct 13, 2015

25 Jan 2016

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