Sun TV posts Rs567 crore net profit for FY10

Sun TV Network Ltd on Friday said its full year net profit rose 29.8% to Rs567.4 crore from Rs437 crore, previous year.

During the twelve months to end-March, the media company reported a 31.7% growth in total revenues to Rs1437.5 crore from Rs1091.5 crore a year ago.

In a regulatory filing, Sun TV said its earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) for FY10 grew by 43.9% to Rs1,110 crore from Rs771.6 crore in the previous year.

The company declared a full year interim dividend of 150% or Rs7.5 per share.
Sun TV shares closed the week 1.7% higher at Rs409.5 on the BSE, while the benchmark Sensex ended 1.2% higher at 16,863 points.
 

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Britannia's FY net profit falls 28% to Rs103 crore

Britannia Industries Ltd on Friday said its full year consolidated net profit fell 28% to Rs103 crore despite higher revenues.

During the year to end-March, the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) company reported a net profit of Rs103 crore from Rs143 crore even as its total revenues increased to Rs3770.8 crore from Rs3421 crore, a year ago.

Britannia's board of directors has approved sub-division of Rs10 equity share into 5 shares of Rs2 each, it said in a regulatory filing.

The company declared a dividend of Rs25 per share for the year ended on 31st March.

Britannia shares closed at Rs1,690, up 1.33% from the previous close on the BSE, while the the benchmark Sensex closed Friday 1.2% higher at 16,863 points.

 

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HDIL Q4 net profit rises 187% to Rs177.8 crore

Housing Development and Infrastructure Ltd (HDIL) reported a 187% jump in net profit in the January-March quarter. The company posted a net profit of Rs177.84 crore for the quarter to end-March compared to Rs61.92 crore a year ago. During the quarter, its total revenues increased to Rs464.5 crore from Rs388.8 crore, same period past year.

However, for the twelve months to end-March, HDIL's net profit fell 28% to Rs596.7 crore from Rs830.4 crore as its total revenues declined to Rs1599.6 crore from Rs1814.6 crore, a year ago.

HDIL shares ended up 8.8% up at Rs228.9 on the BSE, while the benchmark Sensex closed Friday 1.2% higher at 16,863 points.
 

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