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Tata Power Company Ltd (TTPW.BO)

TTPW.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

80.55INR
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Rs-0.40 (-0.49%)
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Rs80.95
Open
Rs81.50
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Rs81.50
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Rs79.80
Volume
153,476
Avg. Vol
456,720
52-wk High
Rs91.25
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Rs67.10

TTPW.BO

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About

The Tata Power Company Limited is an integrated power company. The Company's principal businesses are in the areas of generation, transmission, distribution-cum-retail, power trading, power services, coal mines and logistics, strategic engineering for defense applications, solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing, and engineering,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.50
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs219,221.91
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 2,704.77
Dividend: 1.30
Yield (%): 1.60

Financials

  TTPW.BO Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 29.41 9.75 14.35
EPS (TTM): 2.76 -- --
ROI: -0.63 10.36 6.67
ROE: 5.64 15.58 11.15

UPDATE 1-India's Tata Power misses 4th-qtr profit estimates as costs rise

May 19 India's Tata Power Co Ltd on Friday reported a fourth-quarter adjusted profit that missed analysts' estimates, as lower recovery on the cost of fuel at one of its major power plants and higher fuel costs hurt margins.

May 19 2017

Fitch Assigns Citra Kusuma Perdana at 'A-(idn)'; Stable Outlook

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) JAKARTA, April 13 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings Indonesia has assigned power plant construction company PT Citra Kusuma Perdana a National Long-Term Rating of 'A-(idn)' with a Stable Outlook. The rating benefits from the steady financial profile of PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC) as CKP's sole rental counterparty. The future cash flows that CKP will receive from the power plants are highly visible as they are based on a long-term contract with fixed

Apr 13 2017

BRIEF-Nelco completes sale of unattended ground sensors business to Tata Power

* Says completed sale of unattended ground sensors business to tata power co Source text: http://bit.ly/2ktwZip Further company coverage:

Feb 02 2017

Behind Tata-Mistry clash, a distinct set of governance rules

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI When Ratan Tata retired as chairman of Tata Sons Ltd in 2012, he proposed a change in the laws governing the relationship between India's largest conglomerate and its key shareholder, according to sources familiar with the situation.

Dec 25 2016

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