International Coal Prices
proof of its consistent results which according to me will be validated by the forthcoming results. Consistency in earnings will certainly rerate the counter going forward. Volume growth will be the key. Also downward pressure on international coal prices is away and one can look for steady demand
12.42 PM Sep 24th 2016
Interesting data points are: (a) over the past 20 days, on an average, 12GW of generation capacity which had been backed down have started working; (b) sharp surge in short term exchange traded volumes, though JSW Energy’s plants are still working sub-optimally; (c) increasing international coal
2.17 PM Sep 1st 2016
bought Tata power at 106 for medium term. i expect hike in tariffs by the CERC for their Mundra plant which is been having issues and also expect international coal prices to move on expectation of recovery in chinese economy. it is available at attactive levels and there should not be much
1.27 PM Dec 19th 2012
They have certainly come ou tof their most difficult period and should be doing better going forward. However, as they import most of their coal, we need to keep a watch on international coal prices which have started going up a little bit after substantial fall in the last 6 months.
5.22 PM Dec 8th 2012
You are very much right Mr Parag. It will take two more quarters to bring its EPS to positive. But one thing you must admit from the results that its income has grown. Units are becoming stable to operate, international coal prices have come down, it has entered into many short term power sale
12.21 PM Oct 20th 2012
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