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Coal India Ltd (COAL.NS)

COAL.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

271.80INR
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Change (% chg)

Rs-2.00 (-0.73%)
Prev Close
Rs273.80
Open
Rs275.50
Day's High
Rs276.50
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Rs271.10
Volume
1,531,611
Avg. Vol
5,041,738
52-wk High
Rs332.30
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Wed, Nov 15 2017

MEDIA-Coal India in talks with railways to hike rake loading - Economic Times

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BUZZ-Coal India hits over 5-wk low on weak Q2 results

** Shares of Coal India Ltd fall as much as 3.5 pct to 274.40 rupees, lowest since Oct 6

BRIEF-Sadbhav Engineering says co declared lowest bidder for project/works from Coal India unit

* Sadbhav engineering -declared successful bidder (l1) for project/works from western coal fields worth 6.74 billion rupees Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Coal India says Oct coal production 46.14 MT, below target of 49.47 MT

* Says Oct coal production 46.14 million tonnes, below target of 49.47 million tonnes‍​

BRIEF-GOCL's unit gets order worth 3.22 bln rupees from Coal India

* Co's unit ‍IDL Explosives gets order worth 3.22 billion rupees from Coal India Limited

BRIEF-Premier Explosives ‍gets order worth 1.45 bln rupees from Coal India ​

Nov 1 Premier Explosives Ltd * Says ‍gets order from Coal India Limited​ * Says order value 1.45 billion rupees‍​ Source text - http://bit.ly/2iQuXK4 Further company coverage:

MEDIA-Coal India looks to cut power producers' transport costs - Economic Times

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BRIEF-Coal India signs MoA for National Coal Wage Agreement-X ​

* Signs Memorandum Of Agreement for National Coal Wage Agreement-X on Oct 10 for a period of 5 years ​

BRIEF-Coal India Sept production at 38.77 mln tonnes versus target of 38.32 mln tonnes

* Sept offtake 43.58 million tonnes versus target of 42.34 million tonnes

Coal India looking to buy metal mines abroad

NEW DELHI Coal India Ltd, the world's largest coal miner, has held internal talks to discuss buying metal mines abroad amid faltering revenues and rising employee costs, potentially signaling a strategy shift to cut reliance on the fossil fuel.

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