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Private power firms may face Rs1,350 crore shortfall from coal bids: Crisil

Private power producers could lose INR 1,350 cr in FY16 - Crisil

(Follow @PowersGuru on Twitter for important updates) According to a Crisil Research study, private power producers with combined capacity of 10 GW that have got coal blocks under the recent auction will incur under-recovery of 65 paise per unit, ... Steel Guru, 1 week ago

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Power under-recoveries to rise to Rs 4500 cr: CRISIL

Rahul Prithiani, director, CRISIL Research says the higher deficit will be because the variable tariffs will not cover mining costs; prodction-linked payments to government.
 Money Control1 week ago India Power Cos stare at 65 paise unit variable cost deficit: CRISIL  CommodityOnline1 week ago Power cos stare at 65 paise/unit variable cost deficit: CRISIL Research  India Infoline1 week ago Power cos stare at 65 paise, unit variable cost deficit: CRISIL  MyIris1 week ago

Omkar Speciality- Higher export sales drove growth: CRISIL

CRISIL Research's report on Omkar Speciality Chemicals Omkar Speciality Chemicals Ltd's (Omkar's) Q3FY15 earnings were above CRISIL Research's expectations. Consolidated revenues grew 31.9% y-o-y and 6.2% q-o-q to Rs 709 mn driven by revenue ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 week ago PCBL- Lower Crude prices to improve competitiveness: CRISIL  Moneycontrol.com1 week ago Indo Count: Margin expansion better than expectations  Moneycontrol.com1 week ago Trident: Margin woes to ease gradually, says CRISIL  Money Control1 week ago

Crisil sees 2% rise in spending

A study by Crisil Research states that household spending will rise by Rs 1.4 trillion in the next fiscal. The agency attributes this to low fuel prices, benign food inflation and a rising income growth. In nominal terms, the increase is around 2 per cent of ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago Fall in inflation fuel price may give India Rs 1 4 trillion consumption boost: CRISIL  CommodityOnline1 week ago A Rs 1.4 trillion consumption kicker looms​, says Crisil​  India Infoline1 week ago Household spending to increase by Rs1.4 trillion in 2015-16: Crisil  Livemint.com1 week ago

Power producers may face under recovery of Rs 1350 crore post coal auction: Crisil Research

Crisil Research, the research arm of the global credit rating agency Crisil has come up with a report stating that the recent coal block auctions might have addressed some fuel supply issues, but private power producers with nearly 10,000 MW ...
 Indian-Commodity1 week ago CRISIL : 'Rs1.4-LAKH CRORE CONSUMPTION KICKER ON THE HORIZON'  4 Traders1 week ago Hinduja Global: Expect margins to improve, says CRISIL  Money Control1 month ago TTK Prestige: Another lacklustre quarter, says CRISIL  Money Control1 month ago

Brigade Enterprises- Bookings remain healthy: CRISIL

Brigade Enterprises: CRISIL Research expects occupancy of the hospitality and lease rental businesses to remain healthy over the next couple of years and expect revenue CAGR of 10% and 15% from the commercial and hospitality assets over FY15-17, respectively, ...
 Money Control1 week ago Somany Ceramics- Expect healthy volume growth to continue  Money Control1 week ago Telecom sector may see 14-16% rev growth in FY16: Crisil  Money Control1 month ago

Household spending power to increase by Rs 1.4 lakh cr in FY16, says Crisil Research

Household spending power will increase by Rs 1.40 lakh crore in fiscal 2016 because of low fuel prices, benign food inflation and steadily improving income growth, according to Crisil Research. Measured in nominal terms, the increase is close to 2 ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago Low food and fuel inflation to propel household spending power: Crisil  Business Standard India1 week ago Buying power to rise Rs 1.4L cr in FY16  Financial Express1 week ago ₹1.4-lakh cr consumption kicker on the horizon  Hindu Business Line1 week ago

Shriram Transport- Expect profitability to improve: CRISIL

CRISIL Research's report on Shriram Transport Finance Corporation (STFC) Shriram Transport Finance Company Ltd's (Shriram Transport's) Q3FY15 consolidated earnings were broadly in line with CRISIL Research's expectations. Growth in the company's ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 week ago Direct benefit transfer will be a game-changer: crisil (direct benefit transfer will be a game changer)  4 Traders1 month ago Food Subsidy DBT Can Save Government Rs 25,000 Cr: Crisil  NDTV Profit1 month ago DBT for food subsidy can help govt save Rs 25,000 crore: Crisil  ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Perspective: Bidding War Looms in 900 MHz as Telecom Giants Seek Licence Renewal

Ajay Srinivasan, Director, CRISIL Research Aggressive bidding will be inevitable in the upcoming auctions. As incumbent telecom operators scramble to renew their licences, frenzied bidding is on the cards next month at the telecom spectrum ...
 Communications Today1 week ago

CARE, CRISIL good stocks to buy at current levels

ing agencies CRISIL, Credit Analysis and Research (CARE) and ICRA have outperformed the S BSE Sensex over the past one year. Expectations of pick up in bond market is one reason the rally will continue for these stocks. A host of positives in the recently ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago More upside for CARE, CRISIL  Business Standard India2 weeks ago
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