National Aluminium Company (BOM:532234)

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The Hindu Business Line  Apr 19  Comment 
State-run National Aluminium Company Limited (NALCO) has received green nod for its third phase expansion of the alumina refinery complex in Koratpur district, Odisha at a cost of Rs 4,357.20 crore. ...
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 18  Comment 
The Union Government plans to dilute 10 per cent stake in National Aluminium Company through the offer-for-sale route. The Centre has fixed the floor price at ₹67 a share. The offer opens on Wednesda...
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 9  Comment 
Higher aluminium prices and increase in output should boost growth
The Economic Times  Mar 27  Comment 
Buy National Aluminium Company Ltd. at a price target of Rs 80 and a stop loss at Rs 72 from entry point
The Economic Times  Mar 3  Comment 
Buy National Aluminium Company Ltd. at a price target of Rs 80 and a stop loss at Rs 72 from entry point
The Economic Times  Jan 12  Comment 
Buy National Aluminium Company Ltd. at a price target of Rs 80 and a stop loss at Rs 68 from entry point
The Economic Times  Nov 25  Comment 
Buy National Aluminium Company Ltd. at a price target of Rs 62.5 and a stop loss at Rs 52.5 from entry point
The Economic Times  Sep 16  Comment 
Reliance Securities pegged Nalco PE at 14.4x FY17 and 13.2x FY18 estimated earnings.
The Hindu Business Line  Aug 29  Comment 
Shares of National Aluminium Company (Nalco) will remain in focus, as its proposed buyback offer opens on Tuesday. The PSU major plans to buy back up to 64.43 crore equity shares at ₹44 a share on p...
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 31  Comment 
The short-term uptrend in the stock of National Aluminium Company is intact. Short-term investors can consider buying this stock at current levels. The stock rose 3.7 per cent on Thursday. It has been...




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Overview

National Aluminium Company, a public sector unit, is Asia's largest integrated aluminium complex, encompassing bauxite mining, alumina refining, aluminium smelting and casting, power generation, rail and port operations. [1]

Competition

  • Hindalco Industries - Hindalco Industries, has a consolidated revenue of Rs.600,130 million (US$ 15 billion), EBITDA of Rs. 72,910 million (US$ 1.8 billion) for 2007-08. Of these over Rs 470,000 million (US$ 12 billion) came from Aluminium business while copper accounted for Rs 123,400 million (US$ 3 billion). It has become world's largest aluminium rolling company with the acquisition of Novelis and is a major producer of primary aluminium in Asia. Its copper smelter is the world's largest custom smelter at a single location..[2]

References

  1. National Aluminium Company website
  2. Hindalco Annual report 2007-08
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