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Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL.NS)

SAIL.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

81.30INR
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Change (% chg)

Rs-0.40 (-0.49%)
Prev Close
Rs81.70
Open
Rs82.95
Day's High
Rs82.95
Day's Low
Rs81.05
Volume
9,839,421
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10,358,532
52-wk High
Rs87.80
52-wk Low
Rs47.10

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Steel Authority of India Limited is a holding company. The Company is engaged in the manufacturing of flat products, such as hot rolled (HR) coils, HR plates, cold rolled (CR) coils, pipes and electric sheets, and long products, such as thermo mechanically treated (TMT) bars and wire rods. The Company's segments include Bhilai... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.83
Market Cap(Mil.): Rs232,755.09
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 4,130.52
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 28.58 16.44
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 2.55 10.62
ROE: -- 3.48 14.20

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NEW DELHI, Sept 26 ArcelorMittal's interest in buying debt-ridden Indian steel companies could derail its planned $1 billion joint venture with Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL), a steel ministry report showed.

26 Sep 2017

BRIEF-SAIL signS facility agreement with State Bank of India for availing of $350 mln ECB

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14 Sep 2017

Morning News Call - India, July 25

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25 Jul 2017

Exclusive - Indian Railways safety overhaul at risk due to rail shortage - documents

NEW DELHI A planned $15 billion (£12 billion) safety overhaul of India's ageing rail network is facing delays as the country's state steel company is unable to meet demand for new rails, according to two government documents seen by Reuters.

30 Jun 2017

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