Tata Steel Ltd (TISC.BO)
23 Sep 2014
|Market Cap (Mil.):||Rs486,481.81|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||971.22|
LONDON - British companies operating at 431 sites in Britain have won contracts under a scheme that will pay them not to use electricity during some hours on week days in November to February, National Grid said on Tuesday.
Reuters Market Eye - Tata group shares gain after Moody's upgrades ratings across member companies.
BHUBANESWAR India - Tata Steel Ltd said on Saturday that it expects to start operations at the first phase of its 55,000 tonne per annum ferrochrome plant in Odisha by March 2015.
BHUBANESWAR, India, Sept 13 - Tata Steel Ltd said on Saturday that it expects to start operations at the first phase of its 55,000 tonne per annum ferrochrome plant in the Indian state of Odisha by March 2015.
BHUBANESWAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Stagnant water pools and unsanitary conditions in a plant being constructed by Tata Steel Ltd in Odisha led to a dengue fever outbreak which infected more than 280 workers, killing one of them, a government official said on Friday.
REUTERS - Jharkhand has ordered the closure of 12 out of its 17 iron ore mines because their leases have expired, dealing a fresh blow to local steelmakers, some of which have been forced to import the raw material due to short supplies at home.
Note: Reuters has not verified this story and does not vouch for its accuracy. (Compiled by Derek Francis in Bangalore)
* NSE ends 0.02 pct lower; BSE gains 0.02 pct * Maruti Suzuki hit after CCI fine * Tata Steel surges; no impact seen from coal ruling By Abhishek Vishnoi MUMBAI, Aug 26 - India's NSE index edged lower for a second consecutive session on Tuesday as firms including Jindal Steel and Power extended their slump after a Supreme Court ruling on coal allocation, while lenders fell due to concerns over their loan exposure. India's top court ruled on Monday that the allocati
Reuters Market Eye - Tata Steel gains 2 percent, recovering after a 4.8 percent fall on Monday.
* India's Tata Steel gains 2.7 percent, recovering after a 4.8 percent fall on Monday. * Analysts say won't be impacted by top court deeming coal allocations since 1993 as illegal. * Tata Steel's mines were allocated long before 1993, they add. * "Tata Steel has no relevant coal block allocation pertaining to the court's order and so there would not be any negative impact," said Chirag Shah, an analyst with Barclays. (firstname.lastname@example.org / abhishek.vishnoi.thomsonreuters.com@r