Tata Steel Ltd (TISC.NS)
28 Nov 2014
|Market Cap (Mil.):||Rs446,953.31|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||971.22|
Reuters Market Eye - Tata Steel gains 2.5 percent, while Hindalco Industries is up 2.8 percent.
* Tata Steel gains 2.5 pct, while Hindalco Industries is up 2.8 pct. * Sesa Sterlite surges 3.2 pct, while Jindal Steel and Power advances 2.5 pct. * Traders expect China's unexpected interest rate cut on Friday to boost demand. * Prospects of further stimulus by China to support world's second biggest economy remain bright - analysts. * China currently consumes around half of the world's metals - World Bank Data. * Also, the European Central Bank indicates it would step up asset purchases to
BANGKOK - The Thai unit of India's largest steel maker, Tata Steel Group, said on Friday it expects to post a net profit for the fiscal year ending March 2015, bouncing back from a first-half loss by boosting sales of high-margin products.
BANGKOK, Nov 21 - The Thai unit of India's largest steel maker, Tata Steel Group, said on Friday it expects to post a net profit for the fiscal year ending March 2015, bouncing back from a first-half loss by boosting sales of high-margin products.
MUMBAI - Tata Steel Ltd warned investors on Wednesday it did not see improvements coming swiftly in Europe, where steel demand has languished since the financial crisis and clients have turned to cheaper Chinese imports.
* Rising imports in Europe to affect margins - exec (Adds details from media briefing, executive comments.)
MUMBAI, Nov 12 - India's Tata Steel Ltd reported a 37 percent rise in quarterly profit on Wednesday, beating market estimates, helped by one-off gains from sale of assets.
Reuters Market Eye - Tata Steel gains 1.6 percent. China's economy grew 7.3 percent in July-September, slightly above expectations.
* Tata Steel gains 1.6 percent. * China's economy grew 7.3 percent in July-September, slightly above expectations. * India said on Monday it would auction off coal blocks after the Supreme Court cancelled allocations in August. (email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org)
MUMBAI - Tata Steel Ltd said on Thursday two of its indirect units had executed agreements to refinance and term out its international debt portfolio of $5.4 billion.