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Coal India Ltd (COAL.BO)

COAL.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

290.00INR
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Rs3.80 (+1.33%)
Prev Close
Rs286.20
Open
Rs285.00
Day's High
Rs290.60
Day's Low
Rs285.00
Volume
74,845
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507,934
52-wk High
Rs337.30
52-wk Low
Rs234.00

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Coal India Limited (CIL) is an India-based holding company. The Company is a coal mining company, which is engaged in the production and sale of coal. The Company offers products, including Coking Coal, Semi Coking Coal, Non-Coking Coal, Washed and Beneficiated Coal, Middlings, Rejects, Coal Fines/Coke Fines, and Tar/Heavy... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.94
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs1,774,078.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 6,207.41
Dividend: 1.15
Yield (%): 6.96

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 13.27 16.52
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 13.09 11.32
ROE: -- 16.32 15.18

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-India raises $1.5 bln in IPO of reinsurer GIC Re

MUMBAI, Oct 13 The Indian government raised about 98 billion rupees ($1.5 billion) on Friday by selling some of its shares in General Insurance Corp of India (GIC Re), the nation's top reinsurer, in the country's biggest listing in seven years.

Oct 13 2017

Indian reinsurer GIC Re's $1.75 bln IPO fully subscribed

MUMBAI, Oct 13 The initial public offering of General Insurance Corp of India (GIC Re), the nation's top reinsurer, was fully subscribed on the last day of the offer, exchange data showed on Friday.

Oct 13 2017

India seeks to raise up to $1.7 billion from state-run reinsurer GIC Re's IPO

MUMBAI State-run reinsurer General Insurance Corp of India's (GIC Re) initial public offering of shares next week seeks to raise as much 113.7 billion rupees ($1.7 billion) in what will be India's second-biggest IPO.

Oct 03 2017

UPDATE 1-India seeks to raise up to $1.7 bln from state-run reinsurer GIC Re's IPO

* GIC Re IPO India's biggest since Coal India's 2010 sale (Adds IPO issue details)

Oct 03 2017

World's largest coal miner looking to buy metal mines abroad

NEW DELHI Coal India Ltd, the world's largest coal miner, has held internal talks to discuss buying metal mines abroad amid faltering revenues and rising employee costs, potentially signaling a strategy shift to cut reliance on the fossil fuel.

Sep 29 2017

World's largest coal miner looking to buy metal mines abroad

NEW DELHI, Sept 29 Coal India Ltd, the world's largest coal miner, has held internal talks to discuss buying metal mines abroad amid faltering revenues and rising employee costs, potentially signaling a strategy shift to cut reliance on the fossil fuel.

Sep 29 2017

Morning News Call - India, June 28

To access the newsletter, click on the link: http://share.thomsonreuters.com/assets/newsletters/Indiamorning/MNC_IN_06282017.pdf If you would like to receive this newsletter via email, please register at: https://forms.thomsonreuters.com/india-morning/ FACTORS TO WATCH 10:15 am: IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad at an event in New Delhi. 11:00 am: Junior Finance Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal at an event in New Delhi. 11:00 am: Earth Sciences Minister Harsh Vardh

Jun 27 2017

India's policy panel proposes break up of Coal India into 7 companies

NEW DELHI, June 27 India should split the seven units of state-controlled Coal India Ltd into independent companies and let them compete against one another to encourage competitive pricing, the government's policy think-tank said on Tuesday in a draft of a new energy policy.

Jun 27 2017

Coal India wins tax-cut boost as environmentalists fret

NEW DELHI State-run Coal India Ltd, saddled with millions of tonnes of unsold coal, is expected to be the biggest beneficiary of a controversial government decision to more than halve the local sales tax on the fuel after a jump in local supplies.

May 25 2017

UPDATE 1-Coal India wins tax-cut boost as environmentalists fret

* Duty on local coal to more than halve from July 1 * Imported coal to get more expensive, hurt steel firms * New duty on solar cells, panels to hurt solar energy firms (Adds imported coal in paragraph 3, tables at the end) By Krishna N. Das NEW DELHI, May 25 State-run Coal India Ltd , saddled with millions of tonnes of unsold coal, is expected to be the biggest beneficiary of a controversial government decision to more than halve the local sales tax on the fuel

May 25 2017

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