NTPC is India's largest power generating company with an installed capacity of around 37,000 MW (over one-fifth of India's total installed capacity). NTPC contributes to around 30% of the country's annual power generation and has an outstanding track... More record in terms of efficiency. Of its owned capacity, 78% is coalbased, operated through 15 coal-based power stations, and 12% is based on gas or liquid fuel. During the period between FY07 and FY12, the company grew its net sales and profits at average annual rates of 14% and 6% respectively.
Tata Power is the largest private player in the power sector with a generation capacity of over 4,600 MW, which is around 20% of the total power generation capacity of the private sector in India but a mere 2% of the country's total capacity. Apart f... Morerom power generation, the company also has interests in areas like transmission, distribution and power trading. It owns a 30% stake in two coal mines in Indonesia. During the period between FY07 and FY12, Tata Power's consolidated sales grew at average annual rates of 32%.
Asad Dossani discusses part one of the opportunities and dangers of intraday trading. One particular trading strategy was found to make higher returns when trading intraday, but this was not the case when transaction costs are taken into account. In fact, high transaction costs can make many intraday strategies unprofitable
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