Profit is seen rising 29 percent year-on-year to Rs 460 crore and revenue may increase 23 percent to Rs 10,620 crore in January-March quarter, according to average of estimates of analysts polled by CNBC-TV18.
The company’s revenue could be up 2.3 percent at Rs 10,400 crore against Rs 10,160crore during March 2016.
Analysts expect capitalisation of Rs 12,000-14,000 crore in Q4, driven by commissioning of Champa-Kurukshetra HDVC line.
Operating profit during the quarter is likely to increase 4 percent to Rs 5,064 crore but margin may shrink 90 basis points to 13.8 percent due to high base in same quarter last year.
Revenue during the quarter is seen rising 9 percent to Rs 19,805 crore and operating profit may increase 1 percent to Rs 5,510 crore but margin may contract 220 basis points to 27.8 percent compared with year-ago period.
Power revenues are expected to increase by 20 percent YoY while industrial revenues are likely to decline by 21 percent YoY.
Blended realisation may increase 3-4 percent YoY on higher international coal prices, higher contribution from e-auction sales of total sales, hike in coking coal prices in Q4FY17.
The cigarette volume growth is expected to be in the range of 1-2 percent. It must be noted that the company took blended price hike of 7-8 percent this quarter.
The revenue of the company is seen down 3 percent at Rs 2272 crore, according to analysts polled by CNBC-TV18.
The earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) could be higher by 3.8 percent at Rs 782 crore against Rs 753 crore.
Meanwhile, the earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation could come in at Rs 675.4 crore, while its operating margin is seen at 17.8 percent.
Operating profit is likely to go higher 173 percent at Rs 1475 crore and margin is seen up at 53.6 percent.
Revenue of the company is likely to go up 15 percent at Rs 1345 crore versus Rs 1169.6 crore, according to analysts polled by CNBC-TV18.
Tata Group co could see lower EBITDA on standalone and consolidated basis; Revenues for JLR seen rising by 20 percent.
The company's operating profit (EBITDA) is expected to fall at Rs 177.77 crore from Rs 185 crore, reported in year ago period.
EBITDA seen at Rs 928 crore, while margin could come in at 19.6 percent; volumes could take a hit of 10 percent at 7.87 lakh units.
Analysts expect 6-7 percent revenue growth in personal care segment (soaps, shampoos, skincare & oral care, cosmetics) that contributes 50 percent to total revenue and 70 percent to EBIT.
Any improvement in net interest margin and lower slippages trend will be considered positive by the Street.
The company had posted net loss of Rs 3,213 crore on the back of an exceptional item of Rs 2,857 crore.
Key issues to watch out for would be volume & pricing recovery for north India, update on scale-up of recently commissioned units in east and new expansion plans.
Operating profit during the quarter is expected to decline 1.4 percent to Rs 131 crore and margin may contract 110 basis points to 16.9 percent compared with same quarter last fiscal due to increase in fuel & staff costs.
Tax expenses are expected to be higher due to the treatment of dividend distribution tax on dividend income received from Hinudstan Zinc.
Operating profit during the quarter is likely to jump 8.7 percent Rs 60.1 crore
Net interest income, the difference between interest earned and interest expended, may fall 4.5 percent to Rs 617.9 crore
Net interest income during the quarter is likely to increase 20.3 percent to Rs 450.3 crore