Thursday, 25 September 2014

TOP CORPORATE NEWS 25 September 2014

  • State-owned banks came under pressure
State-owned banks came under pressure on account of quality assets concerns on account of their advances to companies whose coal block allocations have been cancelled. Banking sector has exposure of 8.8% of non-food credit to the power sector. Cancellation of allotted coal blocks to projects will adversely impact the chances of recovery of these loans. SBI, Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, PNB and Canara Bank are some of the top losers in this space.
  • ONGC slips 4% on gas price hike deferral, BoAML cuts EPS
Shares of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation fell as much as 3.65 percent after Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) deferred its decision on gas price hike again.
  • Aban Offshore slips over 16% on profit taking
Aban Offshore slipped over 16% continuing its downtrend seen over the past five trading sessions. Last week, the company has started its plans to raise around $500 million by listing its Singapore subsidiary. The fund mobilised would be used to repay part of its debt, which is currently around Rs 14,000 crore.
  • RIL plans to raise $800 mn from Korea co
Reliance Industries is reportedly planning to raise $800 mn from Korea Exim. This move will be the first international financing for RJio.

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