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Pledging of shares by NSE-listed companies' promoters at 7-year high
Not considered a good sign by investors, the pledging of shares by promoters of the 1,517 NSE-listed companies has risen to a seven-year high at Rs2.08 lakh crore with companies like TCS and Cairn India leading the way, says a report by PRIME Database.
 
"Across all NSE listed companies (including companies with no pledging), the percentage of promoter holding pledged went up from 15.57% a year back to 16% on June 30, 2016 (further increased to 16.21% as on August 11, 2016)," Pranav Haldea, Managing Director of PRIME Database, said.
 
In value terms, promoters' share pledging went up to Rs 1.98 lakh crore as on June 30, 2016 compared to Rs 1.77 lakh crore as on June 30, 2015 (further increased to Rs 2.08 lakh crore as on August 11, 2016), the report said.
 
According to Haldea, this can be attributed mainly to the rise in share prices. 
 
The high pledge levels, however, are typically not considered a good sign by the investors as a downturn in the market price can lead to invocation and change in management, he said.
 
Shares were pledged in as many as 522 companies of the 1,517 NSE-listed companies as on August 11, 2016, with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Adani Ports, Cairn India, JSW Steel among the top companies by value of pledged shares.
 
Surprisingly, there were as many as 31 companies in which the complete holding (100 per cent) of the promoters was under pledge as on June 30, 2016, including Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar, Bharati Defence and Infrastructure, IL and FS Investment Managers, Ind-Swift Laboratories, IVRCL, JMT Auto, MSP Steel and Power, Reliance Defence and Engineering and Visa Steel. 
 
Overall, there were 204 companies in which the percentage of promoter holding pledged increased in this period.
 
Disclaimer: Information, facts or opinions expressed in this news article are presented as sourced from IANS and do not reflect views of Moneylife and hence Moneylife is not responsible or liable for the same. As a source and news provider, IANS is responsible for accuracy, completeness, suitability and validity of any information in this article.

 

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Ramesh Poapt

6 months ago

TCS and JSW steel as major pledgers?TCS- surprising!

Reliance Jio tests nothing but commercial operations: COAI
Existing operators shot off another letter to the government on Monday and said 2.5 million users for Reliance Jio constituted a commercial launch, seeking to counter the company's claim that it is testing its network now to offer superior quality services later.
 
Under the umbrella of Cellular Operators' Association of India (COAI), the letter addressed to Nripendra Misra, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, alleged the government, in the process, was also losing revenue.
 
It said the data generated by Jio is rivalling the combined traffic of the rest of the operators who have been in operation for 15-20 years. Under the name of LYF (Jio brand for handsets), the company is using spectrum allocated for commercial use yet not yielding any revenue and consequently no share to the government.
 
Talking about the bundle offerings by Jio, COAI said: "Such bundled sale and purchase have not been to a few hundred, but to millions of customers, across thousands of cities, fetching hundreds of crores of rupees, making them large scale nationwide commercial operations going on for months."
 
Reliance Jio on Aug 18 has strongly refuted the claims of the COAI that its members are providing sufficient inter-connection points for its 4G services, saying the reality was that such access was grossly inadequate.
 
The reaction follows a statement by the industry body a day before on behalf of its members, rejecting the request from Reliance Jio for additional points of inter-connect from its member companies on the ground that optimal links have already been provided.
 
Prior to this, in a letter to the watchdog, Reliance Jio had requested for directives to the existing service providers to immediately provide interconnection to its Jio 4G network with their own, in the spirit of the licensing agreements.
 
But the members of COAI, through letters to the government and the watchdog, had alleged that Reliance Jio had already launched a full commercial service in the garb of test runs. 
 
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