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  • Tata Steel Gains on Better Than Expected Q1 Earnings

    Tata Steel Gains on Better Than Expected Q1 Earnings

    Tata Steel's EBITDA/tonne, a measure of profitability for metal companies came in at Rs 7,787 from India business, up 10 per cent from the March quarter, while the same for its European business came in at $26 against $44 sequentially.

  • Jaiprakash Associates Slumps as Q1 Loss Widens

    Jaiprakash Associates Slumps as Q1 Loss Widens

    Interest costs of the company increased 14 per cent annually to Rs 899 crore against Rs 790 crore last year. Jaiprakash Associates has been struggling for years to service its debt. Its Ebitda, or gross profit, of Rs 322 crore was below its quarterly interest liability of Rs 899 crore in the June quarter, implying that the company is facing hardshi...

  • Bharti Airtel Jumps Over 3% on Strong Q1 Performance

    Bharti Airtel Jumps Over 3% on Strong Q1 Performance

    Revenue from Bharti Airtel's India business increased 2.9 per cent sequentially to Rs 13,799 crore while its Ebitda margin (operating margin ) expanded by 183 basis points to 40.4 per cent in the June quarter.

  • Just Dial Gains 2% as Q1 Meets Estimates

    Just Dial Gains 2% as Q1 Meets Estimates

    Just Dial's EBITDA or operating profit increased 41 per cent annually to Rs 48 crore against estimates of Rs 46.8 crore.

  • Torrent Pharma Surges 8% on Robust Q1

    Torrent Pharma Surges 8% on Robust Q1

    Torrent Pharma's Ebitda margin or operating margin increased to 50 per cent from 34 per cent year-on-year. As a result, its Ebitda surged 156 per cent to Rs 974 crore during the June quarter.

  • Asian Paints Q1 Net Rises 34%, Meets Estimates

    Asian Paints Q1 Net Rises 34%, Meets Estimates

    Asian Paints also reported an improvement in its profitability in the June quarter. Its EBITDA margin (operating margin) increased 320 basis points to 18.8 per cent, beating analyst's estimates of 16.7 per cent. Analysts say the correction in crude oil prices has helped to lift margins.

  • Tech Mahindra Shares Slump Over 10% on Q1 Warning

    Tech Mahindra Shares Slump Over 10% on Q1 Warning

    Tech Mahindra said seasonally weak mobility business will be a drag on Q1 revenues and EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization). "HI B visa costs will be another drag on the margins," the company said in the filing.

  • PVR Justifies Higher Valuation for DT Cinemas

    PVR Justifies Higher Valuation for DT Cinemas

    PVR's valuation expectation for the deal is 11 times EV/EBITDA, which means PVR expects DT Cinemas to deliver an EBITDA (gross profit) of over Rs 45 crore from all its 39 screens annually.

  • Mahindra & Mahindra Q4 Net Profit Down 39%, Meets Estimates

    Mahindra & Mahindra Q4 Net Profit Down 39%, Meets Estimates

    Its operating profit or EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization) came in at Rs 900 crore against estimates of Rs 930 crore.

  • BPCL Q4 Net Falls 30%, But Beats Estimates

    BPCL Q4 Net Falls 30%, But Beats Estimates

    Its operating profit or EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization) came in at Rs 4,495 crore against estimates of Rs 3,327 crore, and its operating margin, an indicator of profitability came in at 8.8 per cent against estimates of 7 per cent.

  • Jubilant Food Q4 Beats Street, Same-Store Sales Jump

    Jubilant Food Q4 Beats Street, Same-Store Sales Jump

    The company also surprised on the margin front. EBITDA margin for the March quarter came in at 12.9 per cent against estimate of 12.7 per cent.

  • Positive Outlook for 26% of Domestic Companies: Moody's

    Positive Outlook for 26% of Domestic Companies: Moody's

    On a weighted average basis, Moody's expects the debt-to Ebitda of these corporate to stabilize at 2.8 times this year as he expects an upswing in earnings following a likely pick up in the economy which will also help shore up key credit metrics for corporate.

  • Hero MotoCorp Q4 Net Falls 14% to Rs 477 Crore

    Hero MotoCorp Q4 Net Falls 14% to Rs 477 Crore

    The company also reported decline in its profitability in the March quarter as its EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortisation) margin or gross profit margin fell to 12.34 per cent against 13 per cent in the same quarter last fiscal. Analysts polled by NDTV had estimated its EBITDA margin at 12.4 per cent.

  • Siemens Jumps as Q2 Net Profit Surges 82%

    Siemens Jumps as Q2 Net Profit Surges 82%

    The results surprised the Street as its gross profit margins or EBITDA margins came in at 9.4 per cent compared to Rs 6.9 per cent.

  • ACC Shares Gain over 2% on Q1 Earnings

    ACC Shares Gain over 2% on Q1 Earnings

    Shares of ACC rose 2.2 per cent to Rs 1,630 at its day's high after the cement maker in the March quarter reported earnings in line with estimates but positively surprised the Street at the EBITDA level.

  • Glenmark Pharma Falls 5% on Court Order for Diabetes Drug

    Glenmark Pharma Falls 5% on Court Order for Diabetes Drug

    Analysts say these drugs contribute around 3 per cent of domestic sales and around 1 per cent of total sales of Glenmark Pharmaceuticals. This will impact its FY16 EBITDA (gross profit) by 1-1.5 per cent, analysts added.

  • Sun Pharma Falls 3% on Weak Q3 Earnings

    Sun Pharma Falls 3% on Weak Q3 Earnings

    Sun pharma's profitability also decreased in the just concluded quarter. Its EBITDA margin or gross profit margin declined to 44.4 per cent against 46 last year.

  • ABB Surges 10% as December Quarter Net Beats Estimates

    ABB Surges 10% as December Quarter Net Beats Estimates

    The company has beaten analyst expectations on net profit front on the back of improved profitability. Its EBITDA margin or gross profit margin grew to 8.6 per cent from 7.9 per cent last year. Analysts were expecting an EBITDA margin of 8.1 per cent.

  • Tata Steel Falls 6% on Weak Q3 Earnings

    Tata Steel Falls 6% on Weak Q3 Earnings

    The domestic business of Tata Steel remained weak in Q3 as raw material crunch curtailed its production, analysts say. Standalone EBITDA or gross profit of India business came in at Rs 1,900 crore against estimates of more than Rs 2,200 crore.

  • Bajaj Auto Q3 Net Declines 5% to Rs 861 Crore

    Bajaj Auto Q3 Net Declines 5% to Rs 861 Crore

    Bajaj Auto also reported a decline in its profitability as its EBITDA margin fell to 21.1 per cent from 22 per cent in the same period last fiscal. However, it was better than what analysts had estimated. Analysts polled by NDTV had estimated its EBITDA margin at 19.6 per cent.

  • Eveready Industries Q2 Net Rises Over Four-Fold to Rs 17.64 Crore

    Eveready Industries Q2 Net Rises Over Four-Fold to Rs 17.64 Crore

    Commenting on the performance, the company said: "Though the volume remained flat, due to poor monsoon, battery operations remained healthy and contributed to the EBITDA margin expanding to 10.4 per cent during the quarter under review from 8 per cent in same quarter of the previous year."

  • Engineers India Shares Tank 12% After Dismal Earnings in Q2

    Engineers India Shares Tank 12% After Dismal Earnings in Q2

    The company's profitability as represented by its EBITDA margin fell drastically to 2 per cent against 19 per cent y-o-y. Analysts say turnkey segment which contributes more than 40 per cent to its revenue saw massive cost overrun.

  • L&T Shares Fall on Q2 Margin Dip, Guidance Cut

    L&T Shares Fall on Q2 Margin Dip, Guidance Cut

    Larsen & Toubro shares fell over 3 per cent on Monday as the engineering and construction major's quarterly margin failed to impress the Street. L&T's Q2 ebitda margin grew at 11 per cent in the September quarter as compared to 13 per cent in the corresponding quarter last year. Q2 results were announced post market hours on Friday.

  • Moody's Says Bharti Q2 Numbers Credit Positive

    Moody's Says Bharti Q2 Numbers Credit Positive

    Global rating agency Moody's on Tuesday said the second quarter earnings of Bharti Airtel are credit positive while suggesting the company reduce its consolidated adjusted debt/Ebitda to below 2 times.

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