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Oct 28, 2021 | Updated on Oct 28, 2021

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Top Performing PSU Stocks over the Past One Year

Oct 1, 2021

After a decade of underperformance, PSU stocks have woken up. Here are the best performing PSUs of past twelve months.

Supercycle or Not these 5 Metal Stocks Delivered Superb Gains

Sep 8, 2021

These stocks have rallied than 100% in the last year. Is there more upside to come?

Top 5 Stocks Riding the Metals Rally. Do You Own Any?

Jul 3, 2021

Rising commodity prices have pushed the stocks of these companies to all-time highs.

SAIL's Stellar Quarter Four Performance Puts Stock in Focus

Jun 11, 2021

Shares of Steel Authority of India (SAIL) surged over 5% on the BSE today after the company reported robust March quarter numbers.

SAIL's Stock Price Rises 50% In One Month

May 4, 2021

Even the second wave of the Covid-19 has failed to stop the stock's rally.

Steel: No going slow on investment

Jan 1, 2009

The BSE Sensex is down by more than 50% since the start of the year 2008, while the BSE metal index is down by more than 70%. Steel industry is an important component of the metal index.

Steel: Sales up but margins contract

Nov 11, 2008

The BSE Sensex is down by nearly 50% since the start of the year 2008, while the BSE metal index is down by around 72%. The investors, on account of fears of economic recession in the US and European markets and the expected slow down in the domestic markets have made a rather hasty retreat from the steel pack.

Metals: Public over private

Oct 20, 2008

Its amazing how things change. Not until long back, metals stocks were the front-runners for investors’ money but now have emerged as among the least favourites. Situation in the Indian stock markets is no different. The sector stocks have been in a free fall on the back of fears of global economic recession.

SAIL's latest annual report: A peek

Aug 28, 2008

India's largest public sector steel maker recently came out with its FY08 annual report. In this article, let us go through some of the important information therein.

Steel: Who's performed better?

Aug 25, 2008

In last few articles, we have discussed the performance of P&L accounts and balance sheet of Tata Steel and SAIL . In this article, let us see how have the stock prices of these companies moved between the period 2003 and 2008 (till date) and compare them with each other in terms of returns.

SAIL: Increasing shareholder value

Jun 24, 2008

In last article, we saw the balance sheet analysis of SAIL between the period 1999 and 2003. Now let us see the period between 2003 and 2007, which resulted in a turnaround of fortunes of a lot of steel companies, SAIL included and how the latter’s balance sheet was strengthened.

SAIL: Efficiency to the rescue

Jun 23, 2008

In the last two articles on SAIL, we saw the performance of profit and loss a/c of SAIL in two periods viz. 1999 to 2003 (down turn of cycle) and 2003 to 2007 (upturn of cycle). Now let us have a look at the balance sheet of the company and how has it changed between the period 1999 and 2003.

Tata Steel: A peep into past - I

Jun 17, 2008

In the last two articles, we have seen the performance of SAIL during the two phases of steel cycle i.e. from year 1999 to 2003 which was a cyclical downturn and 2003 to 2007 which witnessed an upturn. Now in the next two articles, let us see the performance of its peer, Tata steel that was the largest steel producer in the domestic market after SAIL. Let us have a look at the financial performance of Tata steel between years 1999 and 2003.

SAIL: A peep into the past II

Jun 12, 2008

In the last article , we saw the lows of 1999-2003. Now let us have a look at the period of 2003-2007, where backed by growing economies of emerging markets, notably the BRIC nations and the declining trade barriers among the countries of the world, the steel cycle witnessed one of its best phases ever in recent times.

SAIL: A peep into the past - I

Jun 10, 2008

It is a well-known fact that fortunes of steel companies rise and fall with the strength and weakness in steel cycle. In other words, whenever steel prices are on an upswing, profitability of steel companies usually takes a quantum leap.

SAIL: Speed breaker, ahoy!

Oct 29, 2004

Public sector steel behemoth, SAIL, has announced its 2QFY05 results. The company has reported a 200% jump in its bottomline on a strong 32% topline growth. It continues to show improvement in its operating margins, with these increasing nearly 1,140 basis points (11.4%) over the corresponding quarter last year. Strong realisation owing to firm steel prices continues to be the primary driver of this performance.

SAIL: A peep in to the past

Mar 30, 2004

Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL), the domestic public sector steel behemoth, is India’s largest steel producer and is the world's 15th largest. The company commands almost 1/3rd of the domestic market share with its 12 MTPA capacity. It operates 4 integrated steel plants and 2 specialty steel plants. After witnessing a severe deterioration in financial health during the period FY98-FY02, the company got into the turnaround mode since FY03. In this article, we look at, in brief, the fall and

Steel: Not without reason

Nov 17, 2003

One sector that has outperformed the benchmark indices by a huge margin in the current rally has been the steel sector. Steel stocks, of the likes of Tisco, Sail, Jindal Iron & Steel (Jisco) and Ispat Industries, have been significantly in favour on the bourses during FY04. The rally in steel stocks continued during the second quarter of the current fiscal also. But all this is not without reason!

SAIL: Strong turnaround continues

Oct 30, 2003

Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), the public sector steel behemoth, had yet another encouraging quarter as the company continues on a strong path towards turning around on a full year basis. SAIL has declared its September quarter (2QFY04) results wherein it has reported a 43% YoY growth in its topline. Further, for the quarter, the company has posted a profit of Rs 5 bn as compared to a loss of Rs 1.6 bn in the corresponding period last year. What is commendable here is the fact that the

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