MUMBAI: Shares of Jindal Steel & Energy Ltd (JSPL) acquired about 8% on Thursday right after the firm recorded the best month to month standalone metal sales in May possibly amid revival in demand.
Shares of the business shut at ₹137.80, even though the benchmark index Sensex shut .38% decrease at 33,980.70.
The shares outperformed the broad market, surging 61.85% in the earlier a single thirty day period, in comparison with a 7.16% rise in the BSE Sensex. The stock traded at its greatest level due to the fact 6 March.
Out of 640,000 tonne of standalone sales in May well, the firm exported 401,000 tonnes, it mentioned in a BSE filing right after market several hours Wednesday.
JSPL recorded consolidated steel sales of 7.97 million tonnes, a progress of 26% from the similar period a 12 months in the past.
The business documented a better-than-envisioned consolidated net profit at ₹306 crore for the quarter finished 31 March, from loss of ₹219 crore in the yr-ago quarter. EBITDA (earnings prior to interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation) margin expanded 500 basis points to 25% from 20.% in the 12 months back quarter.
In addition to getting a metal producer Jindal Steel & Electric power has presence in energy era and mining.
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