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Saturday, March 13, 2010

Tata Steel's Advance Tax to Q4

The recent news from the Indian stock market is that the Q4 advance tax numbers have started flowing. According to the authentic source CNBC-TV18, the Tata Steel Company has paid 513 Crore Rupees while the L&T has paid Rs 270 Crore for the same.

Talking in terms of banks, the State Bank of India will possible pay in excess of Rs 1800 Crore. On the other hand, the BOB, that is the Bank of Baroda has paid Rs 300 Crore. Some other banks like the Central Bank of India, Dena Bank and Nabard has paid Rs 250 Crore, 30 Crore and 150 Crore respectively.

ICICI, the leading private bank has paid this amount as Rs 200 Crore. Mangalore Refinery, the renowned oil company has paid Rs 180 Crore.

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Friday, January 22, 2010

General Electric agrees to buy Hyundai shares

General Electric Co, the world's second largest car manufacturer plans to expand its business in South Korea and agreed to buy Hyundai Motors share in their credit card unit. General Motors GE, that's based in Fairfield, Connecticut, will buy 204 billion won ($199 million) shares in the Hyundai Motors credit-card unit from South korea's largest automaker.

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GE would buy shares from Hyundai Motor’s new equity issued by the credit-card company, that would bring its stake to 43%, Edaily reported. This share would enhance and expand GE's alliance with Hyundai Motors, ie South Korea's second largest automobile manufacturer. With this GE joins the league of Samsung, LG to recapitalize their credit card business.

The filing of the sharing mentions that GE would attain these shares in September. In order to buy the new-share credit the automaker would invest 143 billion dollars.

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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Higher dividend from Maruti Suzuki doubtful this time too

Maruti Suzuki, the largest auto maker in India, is doubtful to give higher dividend to its shareholders this time too as against its counterparts in India. The company is earning robust revenues and profits this year but poor distribution of dividend to its shareholders. It is to be mentioned that stock price of the company has trebled since the beginning of the current year. Let's see the dividend data of last year's. Maruti Suzuki paid a total dividend of Rs 101 crore that is less than 10 per cent of its net profit. On the other hand, Mahindra & Mahindra and Tata Motors use to distribute almost a third of their net profits in the form of dividends. The strategy forced Maruti Suzuki's shareholders to depend on the vicissitudes of the stock market to make money from this stock. It is also widely believed that the strategy to give lesser dividends might not change in the near future.

Maruti Suzuki
cars segment. Maruti Suzuki is leading the segment with two-third market share. It also controls over 50 per cent of the home market. Similarly, the company is growing leaps and bounds at the export front and its the leading suppliers of fuel-efficient cars to European markets. Around 15 per cent of its total production accounts for export only. There are two major launches are scheduled in the next few days that is Volkswagen Polo and Ford Figo.

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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Tata Motors and Maruti Suzuki shares shine in the early trade

Shares of Tata Motors an Maruti Suzuki shone at the early trade on Wednesday. Tata Motors jumped 4 per cent to Rs 730 on the BSE while Maruti Suzuki closed moved up 1.5 per cent at Rs 1,612. On the other hand, Mahindra and Mahindra dipped 1 per cent to Rs 1,066 and traded of 181,871 shares.


Banks and autos lead the rally in the day but continue the trend at the end. India's leading auto makers reported a record 63 per cent sales growth in the last month-November. Among the all leading auto companies, eight firms contributed over 90 per cent of the India's total domestic car sales. The sales figures is expected to do well in the coming days as a couple of international car companies are going to launch new vehicles in India like Volkswagen Beetle and Volkswagen Touareg on 4th December.

Overall, Sensex closed with a loss of 28.36 points at 17,169.91 points due to profit booking at the end of the day. The Sensex moved between 17,329 to 17,142 points during the whole day. A weak European opening added more trouble for the domestic market. On the other hand, the National Stock Exchange index Nifty closed flat with a gain of only 1.25 points at 5,123 points.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

BSE closed down 58 points

The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex closed down 58.16 points at 16,440.56 on Tuesday.

Sensex Down
It was below Monday's closing. However, the Senesx moved to 16,677.53 points in the afternoon but could not forward it till the trading ended due to selling of stocks by investors. In the same way, the National Stock Exchange index Nifty experienced the same story. It also ended in negative at 4,881.7 points down 0.34 per cent from its previous close.

The market breadth was negative, with 1,463 stocks declining, 1,290 advancing and 56 remaining unchanged.

The top stock in today's trading was Tata Motors. Tata Motors gained 2.6 per cent to Rs 609.1 on account of robust sales in October. Its sales moved to 34 per cent to 132,165 vehicles in October, according to SIAM. Similarly, another auto maker, Mahindra and Mahindra increased 1.5 per cent to Rs 1,017.95. ICICI Bank, Reliance Industries and State Bank of India also registered grwoth while Maruti Suzuki, Hero Honda and Reliance Industries were among the losers in today's trading.

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Friday, November 6, 2009

Sensex gains today

The Asian markets trade well in today morning including the BSE. The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex gained 185 points at 16,249. Thanks to the global cues that enable the market to reach the 16K mark. Similarly, the National Stock Exchange index Nifty received the same experience as it gained 63 points at 4828. The stocks who took the market on positive terrain are- Jaiprakash Associates grew by 3 per cent at Rs 224, Tata Steel moved to 3.3 per cent at Rs 500 and DLF increase up 2 per cent at Rs 382.
Senses Up
In the same way, Hindalco and Sterlite gained 2 per cent and 3 per cent respectively. On the other hand, ITC and Hindustan Unilever were big losers in today's morning trading as the former dipped to 1 per cent at Rs 275 and the latter traded flat with a negative bias at Rs 251. Out of 831 stocks traded on the BSE so far, there are 755 advancing stocks as against 65 declines.

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