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NSE to shift 51 stocks to the trade-to-trade segment from 12th April

The scrips, which would be shifted to the trade-to-trade segment include A2Z Maintenance & Engineering Services, Bartronics India, Consolidated Construction Consortium, Khaitan Electricals, KS Oils, Triveni Engineering & Industries and Uttam Sugar Mills, among others

 
The National Stock Exchange (NSE) will move as many as 51 scrips to restricted trading category from 12th April in a move to ensure market safety.
 
The scrips, which would be shifted to the trade-to-trade segment include A2Z Maintenance & Engineering Services, Bartronics India, Consolidated Construction Consortium, Khaitan Electricals, KS Oils, Triveni Engineering & Industries and Uttam Sugar Mills, among others. 
In the trade-to-trade segment, no speculative trading is allowed and delivery of shares and payment of consideration amount are mandatory.
 
The move is part of the preventive surveillance measure to ensure the market safety and to safeguard the interest of investors, NSE said in a circular.
 
“Trading in securities (51)... will be available in Trade for Trade segment at a price band of 5% with effect from 12th April 2013 (Friday),” the exchange said.
 
Also, the exchange has advised caution while trading in these scrips.
 
“Trading members should note that the transfer of scrips for trading and settlement on a trade-to-trade basis is purely on account of market surveillance measure and it should not be construed as an adverse action against the company,” NSE said.
 
“Further, this is a temporary measure and will be periodically reviewed depending on the market conditions,” the exchange added.
 

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NSriramamurty

4 years ago

KS Oil,Triveni Enginerring,etc are included in Futures & Options Category early -as thogh they are very good Companies.Now They are not allowed in Cash Segment also.Traders Felt % Clear in their Minds that Money Changes Hands to the Officials authourised for effecting such Changes in the Name of Market Survillance.When Included in F&O Share Prices go up and Fall when Shifted out.Exchanges & Sebi never reveal their findings ,Reasons for such Changes -excepting terming them on Market Surveillance.When Whole India Concentrates on TRANSPARANCY and brings out RTI,etc -SEBI & Exchanges follow Outdated Survillance Reason,Playing fire with 1000s of Crores traded/invested in Markets.SEBI & Exchanges should Display all their Reports,Reasoning & Explanation for their Actions-as they are are only Custodians of Millions of Investors/Traders and not Dictators. Naturally Investors are Vanishing due to SEBI & Exchanges's Arbitrary Actions.

Indian steel demand grows just 3.3% in FY13

Indian steel stocks have been amongst the worst performing steel stocks globally during last 3-6 months on the back of weaker domestic demand environment and deterioration in profitability, says Nomura Equity Research in its Quick Note

As per JPC (Joint Plant Committee), Indian steel demand grew by 3.3% in FY13. Steel demand growth was down 4.2% year-on-year during March 2013. The demand growth has been weaker than Nomura Equity Research’s expectation (in its Quick Note on steel) of 4.5%-5% growth. Indian steel consumption in FY13 increased to 73.3million tonnes (up 3.3% year-on-year), while finished production has grown by 2.5% year-on-year to 77.5mt. While supply of steel has been impacted by iron ore issues in Karnataka, the demand has remained very weak resulting in pricing pressure faced by the steelmakers.

 

Indian steel stocks have been amongst the worst performing steel stocks globally during last three to six months on the back of weaker domestic demand environment and deterioration in profitability, according to Nomura Equity Research. Nomura believes that the valuations are factoring in the current weakness in operating environment to continue in perpetuity.

 

Tata Steel is Nomura’s top pick in the Indian steel space given that profitability should improve driven by:

(a) lower coke purchases with the ramp-up of captive coke oven batteries;

(b) commissioning of CR mills to improve product mix; and

(c) ramp-up of 2.9mtpa expansion which would improve volumes as well as reduce cost of production on stabilization.

 

India imported 7.9 mt of steel during FY13 (up from 6.9 mt in FY12), while it exported 5.2 mt of steel (up from 4.6 mt in FY12). India imported 706kt (versus 547kt in March 2012 and 619kt in February 2013) of steel during March 2013, while exports were also up to 496kt (versus 340kt in March 2012 and 613kt in February 2013). Nomura analysts have shown in the graph below that imports are higher in spite of weaker demand in the country.

 

 

Indian steel prices are currently trading at a discount of 4%-5% to import parity (from highs of 8%-10% last month). Global steel prices have come down by 5%-6% during last one month while domestic steel prices have remained largely flat resulting in discount to import parity coming down from 8%-10% to 4%-5% (Please see graph below).

 

 

Near-term weakness in steel demand is expected to continue as reflected in weaker auto volumes as well as overall industrial activity remaining slow. As a result, Nomura analysts don’t expect a major improvement in steel pricing environment in India in the near term. Nomura expects discounts to remain in the range of 3%-5% to import parity.

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BHEL’s revenue for FY13 has remained largely flat while net profit has declined by about 8%

Nomura analysts are of the view that it is the start of a bad earnings cycle for BHEL, as orders won during the time of rising competition and lower utilisation will have a further impact on margins and working capital cycle

BHEL released its FY13 provisional results which were largely in line with Nomura Equity Research’s expectations on topline, bottomline as well as order inflow. For BHEL, while revenue for FY13 has remained largely flat year-on-year, net profit has declined by about 8% year-on-year.

 

Nomura analysts are of the view that it is just the start of a bad earnings cycle for BHEL, as orders won during time of rising competition and lower utilisation will have further impact on margins and working capital cycle.

 

Nomura is building in 180bps (basis points) year-on-year and 290bps year-on-year contraction in EBITDA margin in FY14F and FY15F, respectively, and expects an earnings decline of 19% and 14%, respectively, over the same period. The brokerage reiterates its cautious stance on BHEL and maintains its ‘Reduce’ rating on the stock.

 

BHEL’s provisional results and Nomura’s estimates are given in the table below:

 

 

According to Nomura, order inflow of Rs315 billion (+60% year-on-year) is slightly lower versus the full-year estimate of Rs326 billion. It is to be noted that 9MFY13 was only Rs106 billion for BHEL, suggesting that it has booked Rs209 billion of orders in 4QFY13.

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