National Aluminium Company (BOM:532234)

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The Economic Times  Apr 4  Comment 
Buy National Aluminium Company Ltd. at a price target of Rs 72.5 and a stop loss at Rs 66 from entry point.
The Economic Times  Mar 8  Comment 
Buy National Aluminium Company Ltd. at a price target of Rs 66.0 and a stop loss at Rs 60 from entry point.
The Economic Times  Nov 23  Comment 
However, MOIL, National Aluminium Company (NALCO), Hindustan Zinc and NMDC were seen in the green zone around that time.
The Economic Times  Nov 1  Comment 
Buy National Aluminium Company at a price target of Rs 110 and a stop loss at Rs 90 from entry point.
The Economic Times  Oct 23  Comment 
The supply of fuel to the National Aluminium Company Ltd is mainly from Bharatpur opencast mines of Talcher coalfield of MCL.
The Economic Times  Oct 18  Comment 
Buy National Aluminium Company at a price target of Rs 100 and a stop loss at Rs 84 from entry point.
The Economic Times  Oct 9  Comment 
Buy National Aluminium Company at a price target of Rs 90 and a stop loss at Rs 77 from entry point.
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 3  Comment 
In a major set back for Gujarat's ambitious ₹15,000-crore aluminium park in Kutch, the Navratna Central PSU, National Aluminium Company Limited (NALCO) has asked the Gujarat Mineral Development Corpo...
The Economic Times  Jul 14  Comment 
Buy National Aluminium Company at a price target of Rs 80 and a stoploss at Rs 70 from entry point.
Reuters  Jun 5  Comment 
India's National Aluminium Company Ltd (NALCO) has put all its overseas projects on hold, including one in Iran, in order to focus on expanding domestic capacity, its chairman said on Monday.




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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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