Sakshi Batra does a 3 point analysis of the Q4 fineprint.
RBI central board meet, GST council meeting and the last leg of Q3 earnings are the key things to look out for in this week.
"We are hopeful of continuing to deliver good margins," he said.
According to a regulatory notice filed on Thursday night, the infra major said the total income during the quarter under discussion stood at Rs 2,119.87 crore down from Rs 2,276 crore in Q3FY18.
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Revenues rose 16 percent to Rs 2555 crore in the third quarter compared to Rs 2203.7 in the year ago period
Sakshi Batra does a 3 point analysis of the fineprint of the December quarter earnings as well as shares an outlook on the company going forward.
The Q3 numbers were impacted by impairment of goodwill and investments, in addition to certain one off financial and legal expenses related to advisory fees for corporate transactions.
Moneycontrol's Uttaresh Venkateshwaran analyses the Q3 result of the company and provides an outlook.
The company is trading at a FY20 Enterprise Value/EBITDA multiple of nearly 7 times and offers an attractive investment proposition from a medium to long term perspective.
The performance of the LPG, pipeline and renewable energy business remained largely muted.
Revenues from operations gained 17 percent to Rs 7,933.25 crore compared to year ago's Rs 6,782.42 crore.
Revenue from operations stood at Rs 209.06 crore in the latest quarter as against Rs 203.61 crore in October-December 2017, it said.
Managing Director SK Hota said going forward, every quarter is expected to be a better quarter.
In comparison, the company had reported a net profit after tax of Rs 40 crore in October-December quarter of 2017, Reliance Home Finance Ltd (RHFL) said in a regulatory filing to the stock exchanges.
Market players attributed the decline in inflow to volatile market and political uncertainty, wherein the broader indices remained under pressure.
Sakshi Batra does a 3 point analysis of the Q3 fineprint.
The company has reported a net sales of Rs 15.24 crore for the October-December quarter a year ago, India Cements said in a BSE filing.