Realty firms may witness margin shrink by 4-6pc due to steel price rise

Real estate industry body Credai Bengal president Nandu Belani said the spurt in steel prices will reduce the margin by 4-5 per cent, which is quite high for the sector.

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लगातार 9वें माह कोर इंडस्ट्री सुस्त, नवंबर में 2.6% गिरा उत्पादन

इसकी प्रमुख वजह प्राकृतिक गैस, रिफाइनरी प्रॉडक्ट्स, स्टील और सीमेंट के उत्पादन में कम

Eight core industries' output contracts 2.6 pc in Nov, coal, electricity, natural gas, steel, cement

Budget 2021 Expectations: फेरो निकेल और स्टेनलेस स्टील स्क्रैप पर शून्य हो इंपोर्ट ड्यूटी: स्टेनलेस स्टील इंडस्ट्री

फिलहाल फेरो-निकेल और स्टेनलेस स्टील कतरन पर मूल सीमा शुल्क 2.5 फीसदी है.

Union Budget 2021, Budget 2021 Expectations, Stainless steel industry seeks zero duty on ferro-nickel, scrap in upcoming Budget 2021-22

Lockdown Impact: मार्च में कोर सेक्टर को तगड़ा झटका, उत्पादन 6.5% गिरा

फरवरी में कोर सेक्टर की ग्रोथ 11 माह के उच्च स्तर 5.5 फीसदी पर थी.

The output of eight core infrastructure industries shrank by 6.5 per cent in March due to coronavirus lockdown

Steel processing industry says import safeguards one-sided

The protection provided by the government to the domestic steel producers is one-sided.

Nirmala Sitharaman, steel industry, federation of industries in india, protection of steel, steel authority of india, tata steel

STEEL MIP on steel products: PMO to discuss with ministries

A final decision on the issue of extension of minimum import price (MIP) on 173 steel products will be taken after a detailed discussion with the Prime Minister's Office (PMO).


India’s steel demand indicators giving mixed signals: Analysts

Even as analysts are upbeat over the expected above normal monsoon and higher GDP growth, they have raised concerns over the slow pace of public and private sector projects and funding constraints, which they feel can have an

Vehicle policy, Delhi pollution, air pollution, Voluntary Vehicle Fleet Modernisation Programme (V-VMP), Medium and Heavy commercial vehicles

China accuses US of hampering trade with steel duties

China accused the United States on Thursday of hampering trade after Washington imposed duties of up to 450 per cent on Chinese steel.


Steel MIP to remain for entire six-month term

Imposed in early February to rein in rising imports, the minimum import price (MIP) on steel will remain valid for the entire scheduled six-month term as domestic industry’s present overall situation, though improved, does

Steel firms unlikely to get financial package from govt

With the financial health of steel companies getting better, helped by lower imports and a spurt in demand, their plea for a comprehensive financial package is unlikely to be met

Fresh demand needed to enable steel sector pay off loans

The precarious scenario on the loan repayment ability of steel producers has prompted the government to introduce a series of supporting measures in favour of the industry, like customs duty enhancement and imposition of safe

Steel production falls 2.4% to 14.3 MT in January-February

During the whole of 2015, India’s steel production posted a positive growth of 2.6% to stand at 89.6 MT, even as there was a 2.8% decline in the average world output to 1,622 MT

Steel price rise not sustainable without growth in demand

The steep rise in iron ore prices appears to be speculative and must come down in the coming days at least by $15-20/t as there is no appreciable increase in demand for the material

Glimmer of hope for steel industry in coming financial year

One unique feature of this year’s Budget is that while it does not have a major direct impact on any particular industrial segment, almost all industry players are indirectly influenced by budgetary announcements.

Forging industry demands transparency in steel pricing

The Association of Indian Forging Industry (AIFI), the apex body of the sector and a key player in the auto component manufacturing sector, has demanded transparency...

Metal stocks: Tata Steel and SAIL shares gain over 4% after govt imposes MIP on 173 steel products

Metal stocks in India: Tata Steel and SAIL shares were trading in green on Monday after the government imposed a minimum import price (MIP) on 173 steel products ranging between $341 to $752 per tonne.

Metal stocks, MMDR Act, BSE Sensex

JSW Steel Q3 consolidated net loss at Rs 923 crore

JSW Steel today reported consolidated net loss of Rs 923 crore in the third quarter of 2015-16 due to impairment charges of Rs 2,121 crore and fall in sales.

Metal stocks, MMDR Act, BSE Sensex

No decision yet on minimum import price for steel

The government has not yet decided on fixing minimum import price (MIP) for steel, Commerce Secretary Rita Teaotia said today.

jindal steel, metal stocks, vedanta, tata steel

Lakshmi Mittal firm mothballs Spanish steel plant

Leading NRI billionaire Lakshmi N Mittal's ArcelorMittal has decided to mothball one of its plant in Spain, citing "extremely adverse" market conditions that have hit the European steel industry, a week after Tata steel annou

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Allow steel industry to participate in all infrastructure projects

The steel industry would need a commitment from the government to get it involved in all the new investment projects matching its capacity in volume, quality, prices and service delivery

Govt yet to decide on MIP for steel

The government hasn’t yet decided on whether to fix a minimum import price (MIP) for steel, as it is in the process of assessing arguments of various stakeholders....

Steel prices remain flat in thin trade

There was not much activity at the wholesale steel market in the national capital on Saturday as prices moved in a narrow range in limited deals and settled around previous level.

Metal stocks, MMDR Act, BSE Sensex

Govt may set up funding agency for steel sector

Proposed entity could have an initial corpus of Rs 2,500 crore

Current scenario needs steel awareness campaign

More than the demand growth, the steel industry in the country has to counter the declining trend in steel intensity in real estate and manufacturing

Ministry to propose increasing peak customs duty on steel to 25%

Going ahead with industry's persisting demand for reining in the rising imports at predatory prices, the steel ministry will propose for hiking the peak customs duty...

Tata Steel

Govt not ‘rushing into’ fixing minimum import price for steel

India would not rush to impose minimum import price (MIP) for steel to rein in the growing inward shipments from China, South Korea, Japan and Russia among others...

Tata Steel

Steel: A longer data series of minimum 10 years is needed

For the iron and steel sector, the intelligent assessment to capture the performance of SMEs is being done by JPC and over the years this data is used for taking relevant policy decisions

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