Cement makers` shares firm up on price hikes Cement prices have started recovering post mid-January. These price hikes are in line with our estimates for cement companies for the current financial year. Steeper price hikes from hereon can provide further upside for cement stocks, says Teena
2.23 PM Feb 7th 2013
is impacted more (or less) as HIL uses cement and cement prices had gone up too. Also, sales across fibre roofing were a dampened in q3 for all companies. Anyway, dividend to be declared is a good way of ensuring the price does not fall much. Last year they gave 6 Rs as interim. What will they give this time
11.52 AM Jan 23rd 2013
How can you call these results good even when you look at it on a YoY basis? This is the lowest YoY growth and Q3 is typically much better than Q2 on all counts both on top line and bottom line. It looks like the cement price and steel price increases have impacted the EBITDA margins in Q3. Also
10.37 PM Jan 22nd 2013
Source:Economic Times - Cement industry will witness a sharp recovery in cement prices in fiscal 2013-14, on improving supply-demand dynamics and the government action to fast track infrastructure projects, analysts say. Deutsche Bank believes cement companies such as UltraTech Cement and Shree
6.21 PM Dec 17th 2012
to revive.... dere hydro biz is a total loss.... coz of cost escalation dere project cost has gone almost 1.5 times of original value and den steel and cement prices also has gone up.....bt yes wen lanco projects gets operational den sky vl be d limit......
3.55 PM Dec 13th 2012
in 2011 the share price of Madras Cements and India cements were same, but due to 2G allegation, India cements prices were down Madras cement prices sore about 100%, Since 2G issue is not an issue with India cement, the price is bound to increase equal to Madras Cement.
5.34 PM Oct 29th 2012
...where it will have above 40% market share...north east market is fastest growing/tax benefits/stable cement prices. slowly start exiting madras and enter dalmia...else hold madras as still cement stocks will rise slowly....and one may buy dalmia fresh money....
4.41 PM Oct 29th 2012
India is second largest producer of cement after China. The Indian Government decision to fast track infrastructure development increased demand of cement in country. Rising of fuel price and cost of Road transport balance better expected demand. Average cement price across country have increased
3.46 PM Oct 29th 2012
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