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Tata Steel tumbles over 5% on weak Q3 numbers

Tata Steel tumbles over 5% on weak Q3 numbers
Several brokerages slashed their target price for the stock
The company reported net loss of ₹1228.53 crore in Q3

Shares of Tata Steel Ltd on Monday slipped 5.4%, the highest fall in two months, as the company reported weak numbers for the December quarter and as several brokerages slashed their target price for the stock.
At 1102 am, the stock was trading at ₹446.45 apiece on the BSE, down 5.2% from its previous close.
The company reported a net loss of ₹1228.53 crore in the third quarter of this fiscal against a profit of ₹1753 crore a year ago.
Consolidated revenue fell 8.9% year-on-year to ₹35,520 crore in October-December. Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (Ebitda) nearly halved to ₹3,659 crore in Q3, from ₹6,726 crore in the previous year, while Ebitda per tonne fell to ₹5,003 from ₹10,404 in Q3 FY19.
Tata Steel’s net profit from India operations was ₹1,194 crore, down 47% year-on-year. Revenue fell 4.6% to ₹21,299 crore even though steel sales rose 25% in the quarter to 4.85mt.
For Europe operations, the company reported its worst-ever quarterly performance with an EBITDA loss of ₹960 crore. While analysts expect EBITDA to recover in January quarter given better steel spreads, the purchase of carbon credits would put a lid on profits.
“Tata Steel reported a substantial miss on adjusted earnings majorly led by EBITDA loss at Europe and partially due to weak domestic margins. Domestic margins should recover from 4QFY20 due to a surge in prices. However, cost reduction initiatives in Europe are taking longer to yield results and we expect cash breakeven only from 2HFY21E. The company is prudently delaying growth capex to contain leverage,” said Kotak Institutional Equities in a note to its investors.
Kotak has cut its EBITDA estimates by 14-8% for fiscal 2020-21 and slashed its target price to ₹560 a share from ₹600.
“While steel margins are likely to improve in the near term, the impact of carbon costs would keep TSE margins under check. Successful completion of the announced TSE business restructuring and the turnaround of the acquired Bhushan assets hold the key to achieve the guided USD1b net debt reduction in FY21,” said brokerage firm Motial Oswal in a note to its investors. The brokerage firm has cut its target price by 4% to ₹450 a share.
Brokerage firm Investec has reduced its target price to ₹515 from ₹560, while Edelweiss Securities has cut its target price to ₹570 from ₹590 a share. Brokerage firm Philip Securities has downgraded the stock to neutral from buy and kept its target price at ₹476.83 a share.The stock currently has 22 buys, four holds and four sell ratings, according to Bloomberg.
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Stocks to Watch: Kotak Mahindra Bank, Yes Bank, Bajaj Auto, Tata Motors

Stocks to Watch: Kotak Mahindra Bank, Yes Bank, Bajaj Auto, Tata Motors

Kotak Mahindra Bank: The private sector lender will withdraw its writ petition against the RBI after a climbdown from the central bank on promoter shareholding caps. The RBI has in-principle accepted promoters voting rights in the bank to be capped to 20% of paid-up voting equity share capital until March 31, 2020.
Yes Bank: The private sector lender sold 15,66,909 equity shares, constituting 2.68 % of the paid-up share capital of SICAL Logistics Ltd in various tranches. Post sale, the shareholding of Yes Bank in SICAL Logistics has come down to 5.49%.
Bajaj Auto: Beating street estimates, the two-wheeler major reported 15% jump in net profit to ₹1,262 crore for the quarter ended December 31, driven by an improved operating margin. Also, Rahul Bajaj, will step down as the chairman and whole-time director of the company on 1 April.
Tata Motors: The auto major on Thursday posted a consolidated net profit of ₹1,755.88 crore for the third quarter ended December 31, 2019. Tata Motors Ltd had reported a net loss of ₹26,960.8 crore during the October -December period of 2018-19.
Dabur India: Fast moving consumer goods company Dabur India Ltd posted a 8.62% jump in consolidated net profit for the quarter ended December 31, at ₹398.87 crore up from ₹367.21 crore it posted in the year ago period.
Marico: Homegrown FMCG major Marico Ltd reported 11% year-on-year growth in its consolidated net profit at ₹272 crore for the third quarter ended December 31, 2019, aided by growth in international business.
Colgate-Palmolive: Fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) firm Colgate-Palmolive (India) Ltd posted a marginal increase of 3.6% in its net profit to ₹199.10 crore on the back of moderate sales during the quarter. Volume growth of the company, however, slipped to 2.3% as against 4% seen in the September quarter.
Bharti Infratel: Telecom infra firm Bharti Infratel reported a 23% on year rise in net profit at ₹799 crore for the third quarter this fiscal, owing to improved net additions in towers and co-locations.
IL&FS Transportation Network: The company has defaulted on interest payments worth over ₹3.5 crore on its Non-Convertible Debentures, It said in a filing with the exchanges.
Earnings: Hindustan Unilever, ITC, Vedanta will announce their earnings for the third quarter ended 31 December today.
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Nifty gives up gains after hitting 12,400

Nifty gives up gains after hitting 12,400
Oil prices rose to their highest in more than week.
HDFC Bank, TCS and Kotak Mahindra Bank were among the top losers.

Indian markets gave up most of their early gains after setting new highs in early trade. The Nifty hit 12,400 level for the first time when it rose 78 points to 12,430 at day’s high. The Sensex rose over 300 points when touched 42,273 in early trade. However, Sensex and Nifty later pared most of their early gains to turn flat as a surge in oil prices hurt the sentiment.
HDFC Bank, TCS and Kotak Mahindra Bank were among the top losers, down between 0.5% and 1%.
Crude has again raised its ugly head today with fresh issues cropping up in Iraq and Libya. The Nifty is discounting the solid results of RIL and other Nifty constituents, HDFC Securities said in a note.
Reliance Industries reported a 13.5% rise in quarterly net profit, led by strong performance of its consumer-facing businesses and robust refining margin. HDFC Bank reported a 32.8% growth in net profit year-on-year to Rs. 7,416.5 crore for the third quarter ended December 31 driven by interest and non-interest income.
Oil prices rose more than 1% today on supply concerns after exports from Libya, which has been riven by fighting between rival factions since a 2011 NATO-backed uprising, were blocked after a pipeline was shut down by armed forces.
And in Iraq, which is OPEC’s second biggest producer, a strike at a key oil field hit output.
Siddhartha Khemka, head of retail research at Motilal Oswal Financial Services, says Nifty has major support at 12150 levels. On the flipside, resistance is placed in the zone of 12,450-12,500, he added.
Asian markets were mostly higher today as the mood remained optimistic after the last week’s signing of China-US trade pact. China’s GDP data, which was released on Friday, also provided some reassurance to traders, indicating a growth slowdown in the world’s number two economy may have bottomed out.
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Sensex, Nifty fall over 1% as oil surges on escalating Middle East tensions

Sensex, Nifty fall over 1% as oil surges on escalating Middle East tensions
Indian shares slid on Monday as tensions in the Middle East lifted crude prices, stoking fears of inflationary pressures as well as a rise in the import bill for the world’s third biggest oil consumer.
The rupee hit its lowest level since Nov. 14 and was last weaker by 0.36% to 72.06 against the dollar as oil prices surged more than 2%.

Fears of supply disruption to oil gained ground after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened sanctions on Iraq, the second largest producer among the OPEC, after its parliament voted in favour of expelling U.S. and foreign troops.
Iraq’s move is an outcome of a growing backlash against the U.S. killing of a top Iranian general in Baghdad on Friday.
Trump also threatened to retaliate against Iran after the country vowed to avenge the killing of its top commander.
By 0405 GMT, the Nifty, which tracks blue-chip equities, was down 1.17%% at 12,083.25, while the Sensex plunged 1.13% to 40,993.48.
The Nifty fell as much as 1.3%, recording its sharpest one-day fall in three months.
Markets worldwide came under pressure from a major escalation in tensions in the Middle, said Ashish Nanda, executive vice president at Kotak Securities in Mumbai. “Equity markets never like uncertainties and it would result in weakness in the short term.”
Shares in oil marketing and refining firms fell on fears of falling margins due to the surge in crude prices. Indian Oil Corp Ltd, Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd and Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd fell 1%-4.7%.
Other Asian equities too fell, while the price of gold hit a near seven-year high as investors flocked to safe havens.
Shares in Indian IT services companies, which benefit from a weaker rupee as they earn a bulk of their revenue from overseas, climbed higher for a second straight session. Tata Consultancy Services was up 0.5%.
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Sensex rallies over 100 points led by gains in auto, banking stocks

Sensex rallies over 100 points led by gains in auto, banking stocks
Bharti Airtel gained 1% after the company’s losses narrowed on quarter.
Investors await the next bi-monthly policy statement, due on 6 February.

Indian equity markets on Wednesday had opened little changed but soon rose nearly 0.4% led by gains in auto and banking stocks.
At 9.40am, the benchmark Sensex was up 0.4% or 174.50 points to 40963.88, while Nifty gained 0.41% or 49.5 points to 12029.10.
Most auto stocks gained at open, buoyed by the monthly sales data, which was in line with expectations. Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland, M&M, Apollo Tyres, Bajaj Auto gained 1-4%. TVS Motors gained 5%.
Among banking stocks, Axis Bank, Federal Bank, RBL Bank, Indusind Bank, SBI, HDFC Bank, Kotak rose 0.4-1.22%.
Index heavyweight Bharti Airtel gained 1% after the company reported narrowing of its losses quarter-on-quarter. For October-December, the telecom major reported a loss of ₹1,035 crore, less than the ₹23,145.60 crore loss posted in the September quarter.
Investors now await the next bi-monthly policy statement, due on 6 February, with the market keenly eyeing commentary on inflation and growth forecast. The RBI is widely expected to stand pat on rates, with the repo rate unchanged at 5.15% due to inflation trending higher, a Mint survey has found.
On Tuesday, the market had surged nearly 900 points largely because of fall in crude oil prices and improvement in manufacturing PMI data.
“We believe the budget has been a non-event and belied the lofty expectations. The government, however, has tried to balance growth concerns and fiscal prudence while providing relief to several segments e.g. tax relief for the middle-class and abolition of DDT. We believe the market’s focus should now revert to fundamentals, viz. corporate earnings growth and global cues around the spread of Coronavirus”, said Motilal Oswal Research in a report to its investors.
The Indian rupee had opened marginally higher at 71.21 against the US dollar, up from its previous close of 71.27. The 10-year bond yield was marginally up at 6.516% compared with its previous close of 6.505%.
Asian stocks were steady with positive bias, while overnight, the Nasdaq hit a record high and the S&P 500 had its best day in six months as fears of a significant economic impact from the coronavirus epidemic tapered off after China’s central bank intervened for the second straight day.
China injected 1.7 trillion yuan ($242.74 billion) via reverse repo on Monday and Tuesday, helping Chinese stocks recover some losses and lifting the world equity index .
The stimulus boosted investor sentiment even as several economists cut forecasts for 2020 global growth as the fast-spreading virus hampers business operations in the world’s second-largest economy.
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Stocks to Watch: RIL, TCS, HDFC Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Lupin

Stocks to Watch: RIL, TCS, HDFC Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Lupin

RIL: The index heavyweight, after market hours on Friday, announced its earnings for the December quarter. The Mukesh Ambani-led company reported the highest-ever quarterly consolidated net profit of ₹11,640 crore for the third quarter, an increase of 13.5% year-on-year (YoY), against ₹10,251 crore reported in the same quarter of the previous financial year.
TCS: The IT major, after market hours on Friday, announced its December quarter results. The company reported tepid growth numbers, with net profit rising just 0.2% on year to ₹8,118 crore. This was marginally higher than ₹8,105 crore reported in the corresponding year last fiscal. The company saw a 6.7% increase in revenue to ₹39,854 crore for the reporting quarter.
HDFC Bank: Thr private lender, which reported its third quarter numbers on Saturday, saw a 33% growth in net profit. However, the bank’s asset quality weakened and provisions for bad loans rose. The bank, which is also an index heavyweight, posted a net profit of ₹7,416.5 crore, compared with ₹5,585.9 crore in the same period last fiscal. Its net interest income increased by 12.7% on year to ₹14,173.9 crore.
Kotak Mahindra Bank: Investors may watch this space as the private bank will announce its earnings for the December quarter today. Separately, another private lender Federal Bank will also report its numbers for the third quarter.
HCL Technologies: The IT company announced its earnings for the third quarter post Friday’s market hours. The company’s net profit and revenue growth touched an all-time high. While profit rose 16.3% on year to ₹3,037 crore during the said quarter, revenue was up 15.5% at ₹18,135 crore.
Lupin: The pharmaceutical company on Saturday said it received five observations from the US Food and Drug Administration for its Vizag facility in Andhra Pradesh. The inspection of the company’s Vizag API manufacturing unit by the US regulator was completed. The observations were not listed in the press statement released by the firm.
GMR Infrastructure: The company on Saturday said it won a contract to develop, operate and manage duty-free shops at Kannur International Airport in Kerala. Separately, the Supreme Court, after a year, allowed resuming the construction of a greenfield airport at Mopa in Goa. The construction of the Mopa airport has been taken up by GMR Airports Ltd, a subsidiary of GMR Infrastructure Ltd, that manages Delhi and Hyderabad international airports.
L&T Finance Holdings: The company, after market hours on Friday, reported a marginal 1.8% YoY rise in its consolidated net profit to ₹591.5 crore during the December quarter. The company had posted net profit of ₹580.9 crore in the same period last year.
Cyient: The company’s third-quarter profit grew by 10.4% sequentially to ₹107.6 crore on revenue of ₹1,105.9 crore. Rupee revenue fell 4.6% from ₹1,158.9 crore in the September quarter, while dollar revenue declined 5.5% quarter-on-quarter to $155.2 million in the quarter ended December.
DLF: The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) directed the real estate firm to register transfer of its 60,000 shares to the legal heirs of one of its deceased shareholders and imposed penalty of ₹5 lakh for harassing the investor. A three-member bench observed that DLF Ltd repeatedly insisted for affidavit and indemnity bond despite having a Letter of Administration for succession.
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Sensex, Nifty scale fresh record highs; bank, auto stocks lead

NEW DELHI: The season of record highs is back on D-Street.

Benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty hit fresh record highs on Wednesday within half hour of opening trade led by gains in banking and auto stocks. Hopes of a possible rate cut by the RBI along with firm cues from the global markets kept market buoyant today.

The mood was further bolstered by strengthening rupee which was trading 13 paise higher in the following sustained inflows by foreign institutional investors.

At around 9:30 am, the BSE sensex was up 168.80 points, or 0.43 per cent at 39,225.45. While NSE Nifty rallied 43.65 points, or 0.37 per cent at 11,756.85.

Among Nifty stocks, 32 stocks advanced while 18 declined.

In the Sensex pack, 23 stocks traded in the green while seven in the red. Tata Steel topped the leaderboard surging, 1.61 per cent, as S&P Global Ratings revised Tata Steel’s outlook to positive on expectations of stable steel prices, reduced chances of acquiring bankrupt Bhushan Power & Steel and the divestment of its low margin European business.

The index made merry led by strong contribution from banking stocks such as HDFC BankNSE 0.17 %, Kotak Bank, IndusInd BankNSE 2.30 % ..
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Not all analysts bearish on Tata Motors despite Q4 net decline

Brokerages have a mixed view on Tata MotorsNSE -0.37 % after the automaker reported a 49 per cent decline in consolidated profit for the quarter ended March.

Profit during the quarter stood at Rs 1,108.6 crore for the fourth quarter, with the decline mainly due to lower revenues and exceptional charge on account of its British arm Jaguar Land Rover. Revenue for the quarter fell to Rs 85,676.3 crore from Rs 88,966.3 crore in the same quarter last year. The stock slumped 7 per cent to Rs ..

CLSA recommended a sell rating on Motors with a target price of Rs 150, while Edelweiss has maintained hold rating and revised target price higher to Rs 186.

Jefferies, Phillip Capital, and Kotak Institutional Equities have maintained buy rating on Tata Motors. Nomura and Motilal Oswal are neutral on the stock and Morgan Stanley has retained its equal-weight recommendation.

CLSA, which has a bearish view on the stock said JLR has cut its margin guidance range and cash flow outlook for FY21 which underlines the challenges of improving profitability given a weak demand and product cycle. “We remain negative on the stock given multiple headwinds and insufficient nearterm product triggers at JLR and a looming downturn for Indian trucks. We cut our FY20-21 EPS by 18 per cent-22 per cent,” said CLSA.

Nomura said it does not expect any re-rating until JLR sustain ..

“Weakening outlook for the India business is fading the cost-cutting led recovery at JLR. FY21 could be a tough year for India and JLR. Furt her, the noise around EVs, Brexit and trade-war adds to the uncerta inty,” said Motilal Oswal.

Kotak Institutional Equities rema ins bullish. The brokerage said the management is on course to impro ve operating margins in both stan dalone and JLR businesses led by cost reduction initiatives.
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Market Live: Sensex trades strong, Nifty hits 9400 for the first time ever

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Market Live: Sensex trades strong, Nifty hits 9400 for the first time ever.
3:10 pm Market Check: Bullish momentum on the indices continued in the last trading hour as well, with the Nifty clocking an all-time high and a fresh milestone of 9400.
56, while the Nifty was up 86.
The market breadth was narrow as 1,607 shares advanced against a decline of 1,188 shares, while 185 shares were unchanged.
Meanwhile, Wipro, ICICI Bank and Tata Power lost the most.
2:30 pm Management Speak: Blue Star posted a decent set of earnings in Q4 with no fireworks but positives outweighed the negatives..
Margins were supported by a strong margin performance from the unitary cooling products segment.
Midcaps gained nearly half a percent on the Nifty, while the FMCG index was up over 1.
04 points at 30192.
76% at 9387.
Bharti Airtel and HUL continued to top the charts, while Wipro, TCS and UltraTech Cement lost the most.
The airline reported a 24.
7 crore posted during the same period last year.
The stock opened the day on a weak note and fell by over 2 percent but later zoomed 4.
On the NSE, shares of the company jumped 4.
Also Read:Not just Sensex but 47 stocks hit lifetime high on BSE; 150 stocks rose to 52-week high 1:30 pm IRDA nod to DHFL Gen insurance:Sources tell CNBC-TV18 that DHFL General Insurance, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the mortgage firm DHFL is expected to receive final approval for its general insurance venture from Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) in the next 7-10 days.
The 30-share Sensex was up 258.
20 points at 9385.
Hindustan Unilever and Bharti Airtel were the top gainers, while Wipro, TCS and UltraTech Cement lost the most.
The momentum was strong enough and took as much as 47 stocks to lifetime higher and over 150 stocks hit fresh 52-week highs.
Stocks which rose to fresh 52-week highs include names like Gillette, Siemens, Century Textiles, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Reliance Capital, Escorts, Havells India, Voltas, Coromandel, Chennai Petro, EID Parry, KEI Industries etc.
The Sensex was up 239.
15 points at 9380.
Midcaps, banks, and metals gained over half a percent on the Nifty, while the IT index was down by half a percent.
6 percent intraday Wednesday on strong Q4 numbers and bonus declaration.
8 crore against Rs 397.
It has also declared issue of bonus share in the ratio of 1:1 and has also approved increase of authorised share capital of the company from Rs 1200 crore to Rs 3000 crore subject to the approval of shareholders of the company.
94 points at 30200.
Midcaps gained almost a percent, while metals and banks gained around half percent.
7 crore, according to CNBC-TV18 estimates.
Mutual funds Equity and ELSS (Equity Link Savings Scheme) schemes saw aggregate net inflows of Rs 9,400 crore (US$ 1.
The trend is also interesting in the context of relatively lean seasonality for the April to June quarter.
1 bn is at a historic high and the first billion-dollar-plus monthly inflow into balanced funds, said the note.
The Nifty surpassed its all-time high mark of 9,377.
94 points at 30172.
Also Read:For return-hungry investors in India, Warren Buffetts advice on index funds might not work; heres why 9:55 am Record high: Nifty is now at a new all-time record high.
4 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 2017.
Morgan Stanley maintains an underweight rating on Bharti Airtel with a 12-month target price of Rs 280.
The US drug regulator issued eight observations to the unit, which was inspected from March 27 to April 7, 2017, according to a CNBC-TV18 report.
The Bank Nifty and midcap index were up around half a percent.
29, while the Nifty up 25.
The market breadth was very healthy as 399 shares advanced against a decline of 97 shares, while 35 shares were unchanged.
The currency markets are shut today on account of Buddh Purnima.
The hope that US President Donald Trump will cut corporate and personal taxes remained in focus for investors.
1 percent of the vote, according to Reuters.
FBI Director James Comey was fired by U.S.

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