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  • SAIL Plans to Raise Rs 5,000 Crore Debt in Current Fiscal

    SAIL Plans to Raise Rs 5,000 Crore Debt in Current Fiscal

    The debt-equity ratio of the PSU steel maker, as on March-end, stood at 0.59:1 against 0.53:1 as on March-end of the previous year. The rise is mainly on account of increase in borrowings during the year to meet the capex requirements.

  • Tata Steel Plans Rs 14,000 Crore Capex in 2014-15

    Tata Steel Plans Rs 14,000 Crore Capex in 2014-15

    Steel major Tata Steel Ltd has chalked out a capital expenditure plan worth Rs 12,000-14,000 crore to fund expansion of its Kalinganagar plant during the current financial year (2014-15).

  • Britannia Plans Up to Rs 200 Crore Capex Over Two Years

    Britannia Plans Up to Rs 200 Crore Capex Over Two Years

    Mr Wadia said the capital expenditure would be made on two counts - upgradation and innovation and for creating new capacities.

  • UltraTech Cement Earmarks Capex of Rs 7,000 Crore For expansion

    UltraTech Cement Earmarks Capex of Rs 7,000 Crore For expansion

    Aditya Birla Group company UltraTech Cement Ltd today said it has earmarked capital expenditure plan of Rs 7,056 crore towards expansions for next 3 years.

  • EIH Lines up Rs 1,000 Crore Capex For Bangalore and Goa

    EIH Lines up Rs 1,000 Crore Capex For Bangalore and Goa

    Mukherji said that capital investment that would be needed over the next 5-6 years might be met through internal accruals.

  • Tata Motors Lines Up to Rs 4,000 Crore Capex

    Tata Motors Lines Up to Rs 4,000 Crore Capex

    The company spent Rs 3,094 crore on capex, design and development of products in FY 2014.

  • 10% Duty on Telecom Products Will Add to Capex Burden by Rs 1,000 Crore: COAI

    10% Duty on Telecom Products Will Add to Capex Burden by Rs 1,000 Crore: COAI

    The budget 2014-15 proposed imposing 10 per cent duty on telecom products not covered under Information Technology Agreement (ITA) 1 of WTO to boost domestic production of telecom products.

  • Capital Outlay for 7 Power PSUs at Rs 51,425.84-Crore in FY15

    Capital Outlay for 7 Power PSUs at Rs 51,425.84-Crore in FY15

    Seven power PSUs, including the country's largest electricity generator NTPC, have drawn up total capital expenditure plans of Rs 51,425.84 crore during the current financial year 2014-15. The total capex or capital expenditure of the seven PSUs for ...

  • Dr Reddy's Gains as Worries About Spending Ease

    Dr Reddy's Gains as Worries About Spending Ease

    Dr. Reddy's said in its annual report filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission that the company would finance expansion plans through operating cash flow and through cash and other investments, and that the majority of these projects woul...

  • Tata Group Firms Line-Up Rs 65000 Crore Capex This Fiscal

    Tata Group Firms Line-Up Rs 65000 Crore Capex This Fiscal

    The capex is part of respective medium-term strategies of the different companies covering all the business sectors of the group, ranging from engineering, materials, information technology and communications, consumer products, services, energy to c...

  • Japan's Economy Picks Up Speed on Unexpected Surge in Capex

    Japan's Economy Picks Up Speed on Unexpected Surge in Capex

    Japan's economy grew an annualised 6.7 per cent in the first quarter, data showed on Monday, up sharply from an initial reading of a 5.9 per cent rise, and confirmed the fastest pace of growth since July-September 2011. The data beat the median marke...

  • Amtek Auto surges over 19%, hits six-year high

    Amtek Auto surges over 19%, hits six-year high

    Amtek has been very aggressive with capex and acquisitions in the past which has not paid as a slowdown in the key markets of India and Europe led to a build-up of significant debt, the investment bank says in a report on Friday.

  • Nikkei Hits 8-Week High on China PMI, Japan Capex

    Nikkei Hits 8-Week High on China PMI, Japan Capex

    But Dai-ichi Life Insurance Co Ltd tumbled on news that it is in talks to buy a US life insurance company, with investors wondering how the company would fund the acquisition.

  • A Modi-led government may cut subsidies, create more jobs: BNP Paribas

    A Modi-led government may cut subsidies, create more jobs: BNP Paribas

    Mr Raychaudhuri says the main reason behind the slowdown in capex spend in India is the high degree of corporate leverage, but an improvement in corporate sentiment will increase confidence among corporates enabling them to spend.

  • Maruti Sukuzi to seek shareholder nod for Gujarat plant; shares jump

    Maruti Sukuzi to seek shareholder nod for Gujarat plant; shares jump

    On Saturday, Maruti said it will seek minority shareholder approval for the deal, a move being seen as to assuage investors' concerns. It also said that the entire capex for the Gujarat project would be funded by depreciation and equity brought in by...

  • JP Morgan bullish on metal stocks. Here's why

    JP Morgan bullish on metal stocks. Here's why

    Stable commodity prices and a weakening rupee will support export-oriented metal and mining stocks, JP Morgan says. These companies are set to generate positive free cash flow as the peak capex cycle is behind them, the brokerage adds.

  • Fast-tracking stalled projects may not boost capex till 2015: BofA-ML

    Fast-tracking stalled projects may not boost capex till 2015: BofA-ML

    In spite of the government clearing over Rs 4 trillion in stalled projects since last June, foreign brokerage Bank of America Merrill Lynch today said it is unlikely that investment demand will pick up till 2015 because of the high interest rates.

  • Nalco capex down by 32% at Rs 1,181 crore for 2014-15

    Nalco capex down by 32% at Rs 1,181 crore for 2014-15

    Nalco, the largest domestic aluminium producer, has not been able to meet its capital expenditure targets since 2008-09, an analysis of the Budget and other official papers for last six years showed.

  • Facebook to boost spending by 80 per cent to $2.5 billion in 2014

    Facebook to boost spending by 80 per cent to $2.5 billion in 2014

    Facebook expects to boost capital expenditure by as much as 80 per cent this year as the social networking giant expands infrastructure and support for initiatives to bring the next 5 billion people online.

  • Signs of slow recovery in India's capex cycle: Nomura

    Signs of slow recovery in India's capex cycle: Nomura

    Brokerage Nomura on Friday said there are signs of economic recovery following stabilisation in the trend of falling new investments and underlined the need for capex increase by the private sector to restore normalcy in business activity.

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