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Siemens: FY05 performance review

(Dec 2, 2004)

Engineering major, Siemens reported buoyant results during its year ended September 2004 (FY05), reporting nearly 23% topline growth. However, bottomline growth was a sedate 8.6%. The company's expenses rose at a faster clip, as compared to revenues, thereby putting a downward pressure on operating margins. On a consolidated basis (including Siemens Ltd. and Siemens Information Systems Ltd.), the company finished with nearly 28% topline and a none too enthusing 2% bottomline growth during FY05.

Siemens: Bright prospect ahead?

(Oct 1, 2004)

With the capacity addition plans of power, steel, non-ferrous metals, chemicals, textile and food industries and higher infrastructure spending planned by government, the macro investment cycle looks encouraging. In such a scenario, demand for the industrial equipments is likely to rise. Having recognised this, the markets have shown significant buying interest in the engineering stocks in past few months. Engineering major, Siemens gained around 17% on the bourses in last one month and has larg

Siemens: Consolidated view

(Dec 4, 2003)

Siemens India has witnessed a substantial increase in its stock price in recent times. The company's stock has run up by almost 50% in last one month, especially after the declaration of FY04 results (September ending).

“The key growth driver for us in next five years will be health care equipment business…”

(Nov 24, 2003)

In an interview with Equitymaster, Mr. H.G. Gelis talks about the different businesses of Siemens and also speaks about the future focus areas.

Siemens: A preview

(Oct 20, 2003)

Engineering major, Siemens Limited, is expected to come out with its annual numbers soon. In this article we have looked at the 9 months results of the company for the last three years and tried to gauge the future performance of the company.

Siemens: India Vs International

(Sep 18, 2003)

Formed in 1847, Siemens AG, with current revenues of around 84 bn Euro, is one of the largest engineering conglomerates in the world. With the merger of three companies (Siemens & Halske, Siemens-Schuckertwerke AG, and Siemens-Reiniger-Werke AG) in 1966, the company came into its current shape. The company has operations in nearly 190 countries with an employee force of around 4.3 m.

Siemens: Performance appraisal

(Aug 25, 2003)

Engineering majors have done well in the last financial year. Their orderbook sizes have increased significantly. Going forward economic prospects are looking good and the IIP is expected to grow by more than 6%. In this article we take a look at engineering major, Siemens India, its business profile and future prospects.

Siemens: Power worries

(Jul 23, 2003)

Engineering major, Siemens, reported an 8% increase in topline to Rs 9,877 m for 9mFY04. For the quarter ended 30th June 2003, net sales declined marginally.

Siemens: Extraordinary income fillip

(May 12, 2003)

Engineering major, Siemens declared its first half FY04 results recently. The company reported a healthy 13% growth in operating income and finished the first half with a 54% net profit growth. On first glance, the performance does look very encouraging, but let's take a deeper look to find out more.

Siemens: Healthy FY03 but…

(May 28, 2002)

Since January 2002 the stock price of Siemens Limited has shot up by nearly 50%. Siemens is a leading electrical and electronics company, is the flagship of the Siemens Group in India. The reasons for this flare up are not hard to find.

Siemens: Positive signals

(Nov 23, 2001)

Siemens India has reported a 4% YoY growth in net sales during its year ended September 30, 2001. The company's net profit however, has declined by over 18%, as a result of higher taxes and restructuring costs (extraordinary items).

Siemens: Problems persist

(Jul 19, 2001)

Siemens India Limited has recorded a 49% decline in its 3QFY02 net profit to Rs 76 m. This was despite a 22% growth in the company's topline. Higher taxes were the primary cause of this depressed bottomline in the 3QFY02.

Siemens buyback: Worth it?

(May 7, 2001)

Siemens Limited's Board has approved a proposal to buyback its equity shares upto an aggregate sum not exceeding Rs 805 m, at a price not exceeding Rs 250 per share from the open market. The buyback offer is at a 21% premium to the current market price.

Siemens reports 179% jump in 1Q net

(Jan 22, 2001)

Siemens India Limited, the engineering major, has declared a huge 179% jump in net profits to Rs 159 m in its 1QFY01 (the company's accounting year ends in September). However, its sales declined by a marginal 6% to Rs 2.1 bn.

Siemens: Good results. Now what?

(Nov 23, 2000)

Siemens India is a 51% subsidiary of German engineering behemoth Siemens AG. In India, Siemens manufactures automation systems, components, medical equipment, motors and drivers, power generating equipment and switchgears. It derives 40-45 percent of revenues from standard products (automation, ancillary equipment). The balance is split between power projects, industrial projects and switchgears.

In troubled waters…

(Oct 7, 2000)

In May this year, when the commerce ministry released the monthly export figures, it surprised many. The analysis revealed that some of the major contributors to this growth are sectors such as readymade garments, electronic goods and engineering.

Making the right moves but…

(Oct 7, 2000)

Siemens India – a 51 percent subsidiary of German engineering behemoth Siemens AG, is on a high these days. The company was in the red only a few years back (1997 and 1998). High interest burden and lack of focus were major contributors to the decline in its fortunes.

Siemens: Other income will save FY00

(Aug 22, 2000)

Siemens one of India's major engineering companies is all set declare its annual results on September 30, 2000. So lets take a look at what the future holds for it.

Siemens shows dramatic turnaround

(Apr 29, 2000)

Siemens Ltd is engaged in engineering, power and a range of other diversified related companies.

Restructuring helps Siemens clock Rs 60 m net

(Jan 29, 2000)

Engineering major, Siemens has recorded net profit of Rs 56.9 m in 1QFY2000, compared to a loss of Rs 222.9 m in the corresponding quarter last year.


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