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Jindal Steel And Power Ltd (JNSP.BO)

JNSP.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

246.20INR
18 May 2018
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Wed, May 9 2018

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Jindal Steel and Power fourth-quarter loss widens

Steel producer Jindal Steel and Power Ltd on Wednesday said its quarterly net loss widened, hurt by a one-time expense due to certain demands and claims from regulatory authorities.

Jindal Steel and Power Q4 loss widens

May 9 Steel producer Jindal Steel and Power Ltd on Wednesday said its quarterly net loss widened, hurt by a one-time expense due to certain demands and claims from regulatory authorities.

BRIEF-India's Jindal Steel And Power March Qtr Consol Loss Widens

* MARCH QUARTER CONSOL NET LOSS 3.08 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS LOSS OF 495.1 MILLION RUPEES LAST YEAR

BUZZ-CY 2018 to be volatile for Indian stock markets - Citi

** Calendar year 2018 will be volatile for Indian stock markets, says Citi

BRIEF-Jindal Steel And Power Says March Crude Steel Production Up 55 Pct

* SAYS Q4 STEEL PRODUCTION AT 1.26 MILLION TONNES, UP 38 PERCENT Source text: http://bit.ly/2IDRiSW Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Jindal Steel And Power Approves Issue Price Of 233 Rupees Per Share For QIP

* SAYS CO APPROVED ISSUE PRICE OF 233 RUPEES PER EQUITY SHARE FOR QIP

BRIEF-Jindal Steel And Power Approves Issue Of Securities To QIBs Via QIP

* SAYS CO APPROVED ISSUE OF SECURITIES TO QIBS VIA QIP Source text - http://bit.ly/2G0tvyE Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Jindal Steel & Power To Consider Issue Of Securities To QIBs Via QIP

* SAYS CO TO CONSIDER ISSUE OF SECURITIES TO QIBS BY WAY OF QIP Source text - http://bit.ly/2DmMz4Q Further company coverage:

Jindal plans Namibia's second iron ore mine: documents

WINDHOEK Plans to open Namibia's second iron ore mine are being pursued by an Indian-controlled company called Blake Trading, documents seen by Reuters on Friday show.

India's federal police arrest sixth bank official in $1.8-billion fraud case

NEW DELHI India's federal police have arrested a senior official of state-run Punjab National Bank (PNB) , the agency said on Wednesday, as an inquiry into a $1.8-billion fraud at the bank expands a week after it unveiled the size of the alleged scam.

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