Companies with interesting happenings in stocks perspectives

1)Shrenuj & Co:Targets a revenue of US$1 billion by the year 2012.

2)Simplex Infrastructures:The current order book is at Rs 10012 crore.

3)Indian Bank:Hikes Dividend from 30% to 40%.

4)Tata Steel:Return on Invested capital to be increased to 30% by 2012.

5)Setco Automotive:Capex and Investment Plan of Rs 62 crore.

6)Patel Engineering:Expects a growth of 20% to 30% for FY09.

7)LIC Housing Finance:Gross NPA ratio has declined from 2.58% to 1.7% while net NPA ratio declined from 1.26% to 0.64%.

8)Jagran Prakashan:OPM to remain stable or improve from FY08 levels

9)Bombay rayon:Maharashtra expansion project as per schedule.

10)Himatsingka Seide:Expects Hassan facility to breakeven in FY’09.

11)Gujarat State Petronet:The company expects to increase volume of gas by more than 50% to 25 mmscmd by FY’09.

12)Associated Alcohols & Breweries:Plans a capex of Rs 50.9 crore.

13)Thomas Cook India:To raise about Rs 200-300 crore within a year.

14)PSL:Standalone top line to grow over 40% in FY09.

15)Sagar Cement:Expects 1.5 million metric tonnes cement sales for FY 09.

16)ONGC India:Plans a capex of Rs 19,338 crore in FY’09.

17)Piramal Healthcare:Top-line for the current year is expected to grow at 16%.

18)FCS Software Solutions:FY09 EPS expected at Rs 30.60.

19)Bharat Bijlee:Outlook for the company, except for the first quarter, is positive.

20)Tulip Telecom:Expects revenue from data connectivity, managed services and value added services to increase.

21)Consolidated Construction Company:Just 10% of order backlog is at fixed rates.

22)Union Bank of India:Expects deposits and advances to grow by 23% and 22% in FY09.

23)Idea Cellular:To acquire 40.8% stake in Spice Communications.

24)Cairn India:Capex for FY’09 is $1.8 billion.

25)Jet Airways:ASKM growth expected at 59-60% for FY09.

26)Kansai Nerolac:Planning capex of Rs 100 crore in FY09.

27)IndusInd Bank:Expects to grow its balance sheet 40%-45%.

28)TV Today Network:Rate hike of 13-15% for FY09.

29)Essar Shipping Ports & Logistics:Has committed contracts worth $4.5 billion over next 5 years.

30)Ratnamani Metals and Tubes:The order book stands at Rs 650 crore, executable over the next 6-8 months.

31)Syngenta India:Capital expenditure plan for the current year is around Rs 180 crore.

32)Hindalco Industries:Will come out with right issue of Rs 5000 crore.

33)Sujana Towers:Targets revenue of Rs 1150-1250 crore with EBIDTA margin of 15-16% in FY09.

34)Tata Communications:Forays in to China market with 50% equity acquisition in CEC.

35)Rajesh Exports:Has an order book of Rs 1,685 crore.

36)Dish TV India:Targets 2 million subscriber additions in FY09.

37)HEG:Targets to produce 58000 tonnes of Graphite Electrodes during the FY’09.

38)Wire & Wireless (India):Capex of over Rs 1000 crore in next 2 years.

39)JSW Steel:By the year 2010 the company shall be investing Rs 14000 crores on various projects.

40)KLG Systel:Expects FY09 revenues at Rs 540 crore with PAT of Rs 74 crore.

41)Godawari Power and Ispat:Targeting around 25% rise in production volumes for the FY’09.

42)Vikas WSP:Capital expenditure plan of Rs 900 crore for the next three years.

43)KPIT Cummins Infosystems:Revenue shortfall and variable pay impact margins.

44)Omnitech InfoSolutions:60-70% growth in FY09 including acquisitions.

45)NIIT:OPM for individual learning to improve by 200-300bps.

46)Hindustan Construction Company:The company has Rs 10000 crore order book.

47)3i Infotech:"Transaction services business could contribute as much as 30% of the revenues in the next few years.

48)Wanbury:'In FY ’09 it expects net sales of Rs 520 and a net profit margin of 12-13%.

49)Asian electronics:The company expects to put its bad times behind very soon and hopes to regain its lost glory in the coming few months.

50)Avon weighing systems:-The company expects to acheive 100crs turnover by 2009.

51)Bihar Tubes:Expects to be Rs 1000 crore over the period of next 2 ½ years.

52)PTC India:Focusing on long-term market for traded power.

53)Jindal Saw:Order book in excess of a billion dollar.

54)Ashok Leyland:Price hike in April ’08 not enough to cushion escalating costs.

55)R Systems International:OPM margins of 12-13% to be maintained.

56)Astral Poly technik:Expects tremendous growth in business and raises the planned expansion capacity from the initial target of 18000 tons to 25968 tons by Sep.’08.

57)Cerebra Integrated Technologies:New ventures to give multifold growth.

58)Development Credit Bank (DCB):Focus on SME business and CASA deposits.

59)Dena Bank:Plans to open at least 26 new branches and 12 retail asset centres in FY 09.

60)Entertainment Network (India):The share of Radio in the advertising industry grew to 4% from 3% last year and the company expects it to increase to 7-8% in the next 3-4 years.

61)Usha Martin:Targets gross sales turnover of Rs 5000 crore on a consolidated basis for FY’09.

62)Garware Offshore:Expects turnover of Rs 200 crore in FY’10.

63)Varun Shipping:Capex of US$ 400 million to complete by December 2008.

64)R Systems International:OPM margins of 12-13% to be maintained.

65)Bafna Pharmaceuticals:Coming up with IPO of Rs 25.60 crore.

66)Omnitech InfoSolutions:FY09 revenue growth expected at 35-40% excluding acquisitions.

67)Almondz Global Securities:Expects equity broking operations to turn profitable this year.

68)Chennai Petroleum Corporation:Capex for FY ’09 will be Rs 800 crore.

69)DCM Shriram Consolidated:Capital expenditure of Rs 200 crore for the current year.

70)Tech Mahindra:US$ 2 billion revenues locked for next 4-5 years.

71)Blue Star:Order book at the end of FY08 stands at Rs 1135 crore.

72)Mercator Lines:Revenue from coal mines to accrue from July ‘08.

73)Voltas:Order book stands at Rs 4631 crore with average execution period of 2 years.

74)Housing Development & Infrastructure:Rise in carpet area of SR tenements to 269 sq ft will not impact negatively.

75)Tata Teleservices Maharashtra:Plans capex of Rs 850 crore mostly for active infrastructure side.

76)Lakshmi Machine Works:Order book position declines 17% to Rs 4400 crore.

77)J K Cement:Company to set-up cement unit in Fujairah (UAE) for a cost of Rs 1,400 crore.

78)Max India:Expects 55-60% growth in the insurance business in FY08-09.

79)Opto Circuits:Invasive Healthcare segment expected to grow at 80-90% in FY09.

90)Bharat Heavy Electricals:The company targets 25% growth in sales in FY’09.

81)Dalmia Cement:Co-generation unit to contribute significantly to the top-line during the current year.

82)Omaxe:Expects to deliver 15-17 million sq ft in FY-09.

83)Deepak Fertilizers & Petrochemicals Corporation:KG Basin gas will add around Rs 200 crore to topline and Rs 50 crore to PBT.

84)Micro Technologies:Plans to increase Micro Shoppe network to around 300 shops by March 2009.

85)HOV Services:Offer to sell off of 95% of existing business at Rs 170 per share.

86)Modern India:Plans to dilute equity, to part finance Rs 170 crore of investments.

87)Mawana Sugar:Expects 5-6% decline in area under cane cultivation in next season.

88)Provogue (India):Total cost of Prozone’s 12 projects will be around Rs 4800 crore.

89)Kesoram Industries:Rs 840 crore capital expenditure plan to increase tyre capacity.

90)SEAMEC:Will acquire one more vessel by year-end.

91)Indoco Remedies:Expects OPM of around 22% in FY-09.

92)Moser Baer (India):PV installed capacity to be over 240MW by end FY09.

93)Mphasis bfl: Application services business to be on track by end Q3FY09.

94)ITD Cem: Estimated value of work in hand currently is Rs 2312.91 crore.

95) Advanta India: International business is expected to grow 20-25%.

96)Dabur India: Expects a sales growth of 15% and margin of 17% for FY 09.

97) Binani Cement:Capacity to increase to 12-13 million metric tones by FY 2010.

98)Sintex Industries Targeting a margin of 14-15% in the next 2-3 years for its foreign subsidiaries.

99)GTL Infrastructure:Demand from operators having tower companies slows down.

100) Elgi Equipments Expects a sales growth of 20-25% for FY ’09.