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   Global mining giants shun first commercial coal mine bidding in India  2020/09/30 23:28:20 The Telegraph India
Forty-two firms, including Vedanta, JSPL, Hindalco Industries, JSW Steel and Nalco, bid for 23 coal blocks
   Adani Group bids for 8 commercial coal blocks  2020/09/30 12:42:01 Economic Times India
NEW DELHI: Adani Group is eyeing a maximum number of eight blocks in the commercial coal mining auctions followed by five each by Hindalco Industries and a Kolkata-based firm JMS Mining.Andhra Pradesh Mineral Corporation has also put in bids for four mines. Jindal Steel & Power Ltd and its subsidiary Jindal Power Ltd have put in bids for two blocks each, an official statement by the coal ministry said.Vedanta Ltd and Sarada Energy & Minerals have submitted bids for three blocks each, while JSW Steel, Bharat Aluminium Co, DB Power and Nalco have put in bids for one mine each, the statement said.Aurobindo Reality & Infrastructure Pvt Ltd and EMIL Mines & Minerals Resources Ltd have submitted four bids each while Stratatech Mineral Resources Pvt Ltd has put in three bids. Sunflag Iron & Steel will participate in auctions for two mines. Adani Enterprises has bid for seven mines, while Adani Power for one block.“A total of 76 bids have been received for 23 coal mines. Two or more bids have been received for 19 coal mines,” the statement said.
   Hindustan Copper signs MoU with Hindalco for supply of copper concentrate | Business  2020/09/18 08:11:56 Devdiscourse
Government-owned Hindustan Copper Ltd said on Friday it has signed a memorandum of understanding for long-term sale of copper concentrate to Hindalco Industries, the metals flagship company of Aditya Birla Group.
   India begins anti-dumping probe on certain aluminium imports from China  2020/09/09 16:47:00 Economic Times India
India has begun an anti-dumping probe in the imports of certain flat rolled products of aluminum originating in or exported from China based on a complaint by Hindalco Industries alleging injury to the domestic industry due to the dumped goods.
   Aditya Birla Group to focus on cash conservation in near term  2020/08/17 03:34:28 Sify.com
New Delhi: Diversified conglomerate Aditya Birla Group will focus on conservation of cash and strengthening its business relationships in the near term. In a letter to the shareholders of Hindalco Industries, an Aditya Birla Group company, Group Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla also said that the group will also emphasise the safety of its teams and assets. "In these turbulent and dynamic times, the Group's near term focus is to hold the ship steady and to see it through the turbulence - by emphasising on conservation of cash, the safety of its teams and assets, and strengthening its business relationships," Birla said. He also said that the group is also closely examining the evolving changes in the business environment and their implications, to position itself well for leveraging the opportunities through and after the economic revival. The Chairman said that over a longer historical arc, the Aditya Birla Group has witnessed dramatic disruptions across periods, businesses, and geographies but has come out stronger always. "A wide range of insights and experiences accumulated over diverse situations, allows the Group to fortify its businesses from both the immediate and the lingering effects of economic pain, caused by the pandemic," he said.
   Aditya Birla Group to focus on cash conservation in near term  2020/08/17 03:34:28 Sify.com
New Delhi: Diversified conglomerate Aditya Birla Group will focus on conservation of cash and strengthening its business relationships in the near term. In a letter to the shareholders of Hindalco Industries, an Aditya Birla Group company, Group Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla also said that the group will also emphasise the safety of its teams and assets. "In these turbulent and dynamic times, the Group's near term focus is to hold the ship steady and to see it through the turbulence - by emphasising on conservation of cash, the safety of its teams and assets, and strengthening its business relationships," Birla said. He also said that the group is also closely examining the evolving changes in the business environment and their implications, to position itself well for leveraging the opportunities through and after the economic revival. The Chairman said that over a longer historical arc, the Aditya Birla Group has witnessed dramatic disruptions across periods, businesses, and geographies but has come out stronger always. "A wide range of insights and experiences accumulated over diverse situations, allows the Group to fortify its businesses from both the immediate and the lingering effects of economic pain, caused by the pandemic," he said.
   Indian economy may contract in FY21: Birla  2020/08/16 09:45:35 Economic Times India
NEW DELHI: Hindalco Industries Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla has said COVID-19 and associated lockdowns have triggered a once in-a-century crisis for the society and the economy and the country's GDP may contract in 2020-21.He mentioned that COVID-19 struck India at a time when the underlying economic conditions were subdued on account of heightened global uncertainty and stress in the domestic financial system."It is estimated that about 80 per cent of India's GDP originates from districts which were classified under red and orange zones during the lockdown, where economic activity remained severely constrained. Correspondingly, India's GDP is likely to contract in FY21, which would be the first such instance in over four decades," Birla said in a letter to shareholders.Given the fog of uncertainty all around, it is hard to be prescient in these times, Birla said. A stringent national lockdown to slow the spread of the pandemic started in the last week of FY2020 and remained active to varying degrees in different geographies through most of the first quarter of 2020-21."But there is little doubt on one reality: companies with quality leadership, sound business fundamentals, and a track record of winning in turbulent times, will emerge as champions in the new global order," he said.This year will see an economic contraction, but this 2020 recession is turning out very different from the past recessions, Birla said."It has been too sudden – almost off the cliff; its spread has been all-encompassing –affecting almost every economy and sector, and the plunge in economic activity levels and employment has been unprecedented," he said.On the positive side, this recession is likely to be one of the shortest, assuming no second wave of the pandemic recurs.
   Hindalco Industries posts Q1 loss of Rs 709 crore - ET Auto  2020/08/15 02:11:00 Economic Times India Auto
Hindalco is the world's largest aluminium rolling and recycling company, and a major player in copper.
   Hindalco reports Q1 consolidated loss of Rs 709 cr  2020/08/14 12:38:32 Sify.com
Mumbai: Hindalco Industries on Friday reported a consolidated net loss of Rs 709 crore for the April-June quarter largely due to exceptional items. During the corresponding period last year the company had reported a consolidated net profit of Rs 1,063 crore. "PBT (profit before tax) for continuing operations before exceptional and special items was Rs 274 crore, PAT (profit after tax) for continuing operations before tax-effected exceptional and special items was Rs 139 crore," the company said in a regulatory filing. "Tax-effected special items includes purchase price accounting adjustments, restructuring and impairment costs, metal price lag,charitable donations and business acquisition and integration costs in Novelis," it said. Commenting on the results, Satish Pai, Managing Director, Hindalco Industries, said that the company was able to forge ahead despite the weak post-COVID market scenario. "All our Aluminium India smelters operated at more than 90 per cent capacity during the lockdown.
   Hindalco Industries : Reports Consolidated Q1fy21 Results | MarketScreener  2020/08/14 10:08:10 MarketScreener
& GAAP Adjustments 39 … | August 14, 2020
   Hindalco Industries plans to sell 65% aluminum overseas this year  2020/06/19 17:59:00 Business Standard
Exports during the year that started April will increase to as much as 65% of total output compared with 50% last year, Managing Director Satish Pai said
   Trending stocks: Hindalco Industries shares rise nearly 3%  2020/06/15 05:25:04 Economic Times India
A total of 619,896 shares changed hands on the counter till 10:57AM (IST).
   Stocks in news: Hindalco Industries, Dr Reddys, Lupin, PNB Housing, BHEL, UTI AMC, Eicher Motors, RIL, MCX  2020/06/15 03:14:00 Business Today
Stocks to watch today on June 15: Hindalco Industries, Dr Reddys, Lupin, PNB Housing, BHEL, UTI AMC, Eicher Motors, RIL, MCX among others are the top stocks to watch out for in Monday's trading session
   Vodafone Idea needs ARPU of Rs 238 to meet cash flow needs even if allowed 20 yrs to pay AGR dues: Analysts  2020/06/12 09:13:32 Economic Times India
KOLKATA: Vodafone Idea needs to more than double its average revenue per user (ARPU) to Rs238 from current levels by FY23 to generate the required operating income to stay free cash flow (FCF) neutral even if the nation’s top court allows staggered repayment of adjusted gross revenue (AGR) dues over 20 years, analysts said.They, though, said a softening in the Supreme Court’s AGR stance in allowing telcos to file staggered payment roadmaps raises VIL’s chances of staying alive as a going concern and the telecom industry retaining its three-player market structure, comprising Reliance Jio, Airtel and VIL.Goldman Sachs said if telcos are allowed a 20-year repayment period, “VIL would require Rs 30,900 crore Ebitda by FY23 to just be FCF neutral, which would imply an ARPU of Rs 238 per month”. The telco’s ARPU was Rs 109 in the fiscal third quarter. VIL is yet to report March quarter earnings.The government has estimated VIL’s AGR dues at Rs 58,254 crore, of which, the telco has paid Rs 6,854 crore.Motilal Oswal estimated that if the top court allows staggered repayment over 15 years, VIL’s annual outgo would be Rs 6,000 crore, which would jump to Rs 7,700 crore, if repayment is to happen in 10 years.
   Trending stocks: Hindalco Industries shares down nearly 1%  2020/06/12 06:11:45 Economic Times India
A total of 248,619 shares changed hands on the counter till 11:44AM (IST).

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