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Ambuja Cements - Q4FY20 - Quarterly Results

Ambuja Cements - Q4FY20 - Quarterly Results The Mumbai headquartered Ambuja Cements, which was started in the year of 1983. Initially, the company was founded as Gujarat Ambuja Cements Limited and later renamed as Ambuja Cements Limited. Currently, the World's Largest Cement Manufacturer Holcim has acquired 62 Percent Stake in Ambuja Cements. The Current Market Cap of Ambuja Cements of Rs. 34,200 Crore and the Book value is around Rs. 116. The Price to Earning ratio is trading at 16 times. Ambuja Cements Limited is a Debt Free Listed Company, where the Interest Coverage Ratio stood at 25 Times. So, there is no near term issue about Loans. Already, we know that the Promoters holding is around 62 Percent. There is no Pledging on Promoters Holding. The Current Market Price (CMP) is trading at 1.50 Times on its Book Value. Recently, the company announced its Q4FY20 - Quarterly results. On March 2020 Quarterly Report, the Revenue is said to be Rs. 6,250 Crore. The Expenses are Rs. 5,058

Healthy Dividend Yield Stock - National Aluminium Company - Fundamental Analysis

Healthy Dividend Yield Stock - National Aluminium Company - Fundamental Analysis National Aluminium Company (NALCO India) is a Public Sector Company headquartered in Odisha, India. The Company is also seen as the Navratna CPSE of the Govt of India. It's business is based on Aluminium Production - Bauxite Mining, Aluminium Refining, Smelting and Casting. It is also engaging in the Power Generation, Rail and Port process. NALCO India is said to be the country's Largest Company in the Aluminium Industry and the world's leading supplier with the low cost production. It is worth noting that the revenue are also came from Exports. The Market Capitalization of the company is around Rs. 6,300 Crore. The Book value is at 55 rupees. The Current Stock price to earning (PE) is said to be 20 times. The Current market price to book value is attractive, which is less than a time. NALCO India is generally a Debt Free company, where the current debt to equity ratio were stood at 0.01. Inter

Tech Companies Quarterly Results - Q4FY20

Tech Companies Quarterly Results - Q4FY20 The Quarterly Financial Results are in the trend for the Q4FY20 - Listed Companies. TCS, Infosys and Wipro are the Tech Companies were declared their Fourth Quarterly results for the Fiscal year 2019-20. For Wipro Ltd, the revenue was said to be Rs. 15,750 Crore and the Operating Profit was Rs. 3,119 Crore in the Q4FY20 report. The Profit before tax (PBT) was Rs. 2,966 Crore and the Net profit were stood at Rs. 2,326 Crore. The said above revenue was little higher than the same quarter of Previous fiscal year. At the same time, the Net profit fell about 6 Percent in the Q4FY20. The Sales growth has been increased by 6.5 Percent over the past 5 years. Similarly, the Compounded Profit growth were also up by 3 Percent in the Last five years for WIPRO Ltd. The Return on Equity were stood at 18.75 Percent over the 5 years period. However the Stock price has fallen 34 Percent over the past one year. The Tata Group - TCS were also announced its earnin

India's CPI Retail Inflation - 5.91 Percent in March 2020

India's CPI Retail Inflation - 5.91 Percent in March 2020 The Consumer Price Index - Retail Inflation stood at 5.91 Percent in month of March 2020. It is noteworthy that this rate of inflation is said to be Four months low. Increased Retail Inflation since the beginning of 2019, coupled with declining Demand Consumption has also led to a low in this rate. The said above Inflation rate is also considered to below Market Expectation. The Prices of Food, Vegetables and Fruits for the month of March 2020 are lower than the previous month - February 2020. Food Inflation fell to 7.82 Percent in the month of March 2020, earlier it was 9.50 Percent in the month of February. Vegetables prices are come down to 18.63 Percent from the earlier 31.60 Percent. The Fruits are priced below 4 Percent in the last month. The Inflation rate on Pulses and its products is about 16 Percent. At the same time, the prices of Cereals and Milk Products rose slightly in March 2020. There was a little or no chan

5 Things to consider Financially during Covid-19

5 Things to consider Financially during Covid-19 In the face of both the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) and the Economic Recession, Financial Planning is Essential. It is important to note that every rupee spent unnecessarily in the current situation will affect the livelihood of others. The Unexpected Demand for Food and Internet service is beginning to increase, although most of the other services are not present. Keep the Food items in your home only when needed, you can buy for a week. Don't waste the Good Food. It is best to prepare and eat only on Hungry, as needed. This will make the Food available to others at a low cost. Staying home is not just idle, doing physical and Mental fitness for a while  encourages us to motivate. Focus on Good food - Nutrition and easily digested. Don't be fooled by the presence of TV, Mobile and other Tech Gadgets. You can create or work with your Favorite things at home, it's the time what you really feel in the past. Ignoring on Essential Com

FII and DII Trading activity – March 2020

FII and DII Trading activity – March 2020 It was a bad time or bad days for the Global Equity Indices in the month of March 2020. Due to the Economy Slowdown for the past one - two years, the Covid-19 has also added the the Economy Crisis and hit the Stock Market Indices down - It's simply a Crash, but not a little correction. The Stock Market Indices suffered a major downturn in the March 2020. This fall is similar to the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, but with a different perspective. At the end of March, the Foreign Institutional Investors were the Net Sellers of the month. The Stock Market in India has been trading for 21 Days in the said above month. The Foreign Investors bought a shares worth of Rs. 1.54 Lakh crore and sold shares of worth Rs. 2.20 Lakh Crore. So, they are the Net sellers with an amount of Rs. 65,816 Crore in the month of March 2020. On the other side, the domestic investors had bought a gross purchase of Rs. 1.57 Lakh crore and sold shares of worth Rs. 1.02 L

Interest rates for Small Savings Schemes in India – April 2020

Interest rates for Small Savings Schemes in India – April 2020 Interest rates on Small Savings Schemes are subject to change in every quarter. Recently, the Reserve Bank of India reduced the REPO rate for banks. Following this, the interest rates for Small Savings Schemes have been drastically reduced. The Proposed change / new interest rate is for the period between April to June 2020. The Interest rates for the Small Savings Scheme have remained unchanged over the past one year and now the rates have been significantly come down. For the Senior Citizen Savings Scheme (SCSS), the interest rate was earlier said to 8.60 Percent, which is come down to 7.40 Percent now. The interest for National Savings Certificate (NSC) has been reduced to 6.80 Percent, from 7.90 Percent. The 5 years Monthly Income Scheme (MIS) fell to 6.6 Percent Interest rate. Last time, it was said to be 7.6 Percent. Interest rates for the Sukanya Samriddhi Account have been reduced to 7.60 Percent from 8.40 Percent.