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Surya Industrial Corporation to hold AGM

Surya Industrial Corporation to hold AGM

Sep 14,2016

Surya Industrial Corporation announced that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the company will be held on 30 September 2016.

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Triveni Engineering & Industries to announce Q2 and HY results
Nov 17,2016

Triveni Engineering & Industries announced that a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company will be held on 28 November 2016, inter-alia, to consider and take on record Unaudited Financial Results of the Company for the 2nd quarter/half year (Q2/H1 FY17) ended 30 September 2016.

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Board of Jindal Stainless (Hisar) to consider September quarter results and fund raising
Nov 17,2016

Jindal Stainless (Hisar) announced that a meeting of Board of Directors of the Company will be held on 22 November 2016 to consider and approve the unaudited standalone financial results of the Company for the quarter and half year ended 30 September 2016 and proposal for raising of funds by way of acceptance of fixed deposit.

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Moodys Affirms Indias Baa3 Rating; Maintains Positive Outlook
Nov 17,2016

Moodys Investors Service (Moodys) has affirmed the Government of Indias Baa3 issuer and senior unsecured ratings and maintained the positive outlook on the rating. Moodys has also affirmed Indias P-3 short-term local currency rating.

The decision to maintain a positive outlook on the Baa3 rating rather than assigning a stable outlook to the rating at either Baa3 or Baa2 reflects two drivers:

- Economic and institutional reforms introduced since the positive outlook was assigned, and potentially forthcoming, continue to offer a reasonable expectation that Indias growth will outperform that of its peers over the medium term and that further improvements in its macro-economic and institutional profile will be achieved.

- However, the reform effort to date has not yet achieved the conditions that would support an upgrade to Baa2, in particular in accelerating private investment to support high, stable growth, without which the governments debt burden -- a key constraint on the rating -- is likely to remain high for a sustained period.

RATINGS RATIONALE

Moodys assigned a positive outlook to Indias Baa3 rating in April 2015 to reflect our view that Indias policymakers were establishing a framework that would likely allow the countrys growth to continue to outperform that of its peers over the medium term, and improve its macro-economic, infrastructure and institutional profile to levels commensurate with a higher rating.

Having assessed progress made since then, Moodys conclusion is that important steps have been taken to strengthen Indias institutions. However, thus far, the policy effort has not delivered a sufficiently clear prospect of the reform dividends -- sustained, high growth and the promise of a reduction in the countrys debt burden -- to support an upgrade.

Moodys still expects that the measures taken to date, together with further reforms, will in time achieve those objectives and support an upgrade to Baa2. However, a further period is needed to assess how the reform program will evolve and the likely impact of recent and potential future reforms on growth and, over time, on Indias debt burden.

RATIONALE FOR MAINTAINING THE POSITIVE OUTLOOK

The positive outlook denotes Moodys expectation that, over time, Indias credit metrics will likely shift to levels consistent with a Baa2 rating. In particular, the outlook reflects our expectation that continued policy reform implementation will allow balanced growth to support a reduction in the government debt burden, currently a constraint on Indias rating.

A broad range of policies have been implemented that are conducive to moderate inflation and limited current account deficits. In addition, a number of policy reforms, if effective, would lead to higher investment and more efficient savings.

In particular, the passage and ongoing implementation of a range of economic reform measures, including the Goods and Services Tax and reform of the bankruptcy code, points to improvements in government effectiveness. This assessment is also supported by higher rankings in the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Index and World Bank Worldwide Governance Indicators.

Thus far, private investment has not picked-up in response to the governments measures, denoting limited policy effectiveness. Investment has been constrained by high leverage in some sectors, a relatively unfavorable global environment and, in some cases, limited access to finance. Businesses are also likely to have opted to wait for more certainty about the tangible implications of reforms on their operating environment.

Policy reforms are still relatively recent with material uncertainty about the effectiveness of measures already implemented and whether momentum will sustain. The coordination and alignment of objectives between different parts of the government and the private sector poses implementation challenges.

RATIONALE FOR AFFIRMING THE Baa3 RATING

Indias core credit strengths are its size and growth potential, which are amongst the highest of Moodys-rated sovereigns and provide key support to its Baa3 rating.

Low incomes constrain Indias sovereign credit profile by limiting the governments revenue base and adding to its social and development spending requirements. However, incomes are growing. GDP per capita in India was 11% of the US levels on a Purchasing Power Parity basis in 2015 -- still well below the level in other Baa-rated sovereigns. But this level marks an increase from 6.6% of US levels in 2005 and 9.2% in 2010.

In an environment of lackluster global trade which we expect to continue, Indias very large domestic markets provide a relative competitive advantage compared to other, smaller and more trade-reliant economies.

As the economy shifts towards higher value-added and higher productivity growth, incomes will continue to rise faster than in most other economies. Combined with the very large size of the economy which prevents high concentration and hence vulnerability to sector-specific shocks, higher incomes will bolster economic resilience.

Indias significantly reduced and now very low external vulnerability also contributes to resilience by sheltering the economy from abrupt changes in financing conditions. The marked narrowing of current account deficits, to around 0.5-1.5% of GDP, from as high as nearly 5% of GDP in 2013 is partly accounted for by the lower cost of energy imports and policy measures that have dis-incentivized gold imports, which would outlast fluctuations in commodity prices.

Together with marked increases in Foreign Direct Investment, which now provides full financing of the current account deficit, this indicates limited external vulnerability.

However, India continues to display a number of features which constrain the credit rating.

First, year to year, incomes and consumption remain more vulnerable to negative shocks than in other Baa-rated sovereigns. With low per capita incomes at around $6,000 on a PPP basis limit, households have very limited capacity to absorb negative income shocks, whether domestic, external or weather related.

For instance, monsoon rains are critical for Indias agricultural sector given that almost half of the countrys farm land is not irrigated. Half of Indias overall consumption comes from rural sector and a major portion of rural incomes is dependent on agriculture.

In addition, the governments debt burden is high and is likely to remain so for some time. Room to reduce the deficit quickly is limited. Wages and salaries account for about 50% of total expenditure with a large, once in 10 years, increase in central government compensation just implemented. The shift towards cash-based benefit transfers, if effective, will help reduce some of the current inefficiencies of current spending. However, more rapid cuts in spending for instance through reductions in public investment outlays compared to current plans would have a negative economic impact.

Meanwhile, on the revenue side, Indias large low-income population limits the governments tax revenue base. At 20.9% of GDP in 2015, general government revenues were markedly lower than the 27.1% median for Baa-rated sovereigns. Although the implementation of GST and other measures aimed at enhancing income declarations and tax collection will help widen and boost revenues, the effects will only materialize over time and their magnitude is uncertain so far.

As a result, the general government deficits will remain sizeable and any reduction in Indias government debt burden will largely rely on robust nominal GDP growth. We expect that the debt-to-GDP ratio will hover around the current levels, at 68.6% in 2015, before falling gradually as nominal GDP growth is sustained and revenue-broadening and expenditure efficiency-enhancing measures take effect.

The banking sector also continues to pose material contingent liability risks to the soverei

Lupin gets final approval for Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen Tablets
Nov 17,2016

Lupin announced that its subsidiary, Gavis Pharmaceuticals LLC, has received final approval for its Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen Tablets USP, 5mg/300mg, 7.5mg/300mg and 10mg/300mg from United States Food and Drug Administration to market a generic equivalent of MilKart Incs Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen Tablets USP, 5mg/300mg, 7.5mg/300mg and 10mg/300mg.

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Gayatri Projects builds up after JV company constructs first unit of power plant
Nov 17,2016

The announcement was made after market hours yesterday, 16 November 2016.

Meanwhile, the BSE Sensex was up 41.54 points, or 0.16%, to 26,339.85.

On BSE, so far 403 shares were traded in the counter, compared with average daily volume of 5,379 shares in the past one quarter. The stock hit a high of Rs 627.35 and a low of Rs 610.05 so far during the day. The stock hit a record high of Rs 790 on 23 September 2016. The stock hit a 52-week low of Rs 482 on 17 February 2016. The stock underperformed the market over the past one month till 16 November 2016, falling 7.24% compared with the Sensexs 4.97% fall. The scrip also underperformed the market in past one quarter, declining 7.24% as against the Sensexs 6.29% decline.

The mid-cap company has equity capital of Rs 35.45 crore. Face value per share is Rs 10.

Gayatri Projects said that the second unit of the 660 megawatts (MW) is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2017. Sembcorp Gayatri Power (SGPL), formerly NCC Power Projects, is a joint venture between Sembcorp Industries wholly owned subsidiary, Sembcorp Utilities and Gayatri Energy Ventures, a wholly owned subsidiary of Gayatri Projects. The 1,320 megawatts capacity power plant is located at Krishnapatnam in Andhra Pradeshs SPSR Nellore District. Sembcorp Industries is a leading energy, water and marine group operating across five continents worldwide.

Gayatri Projects consolidated net profit jumped 50.8% to Rs 16.35 crore on 6.6% growth in net sales to Rs 431.03 crore in Q1 June 2016 over Q1 June 2015.

Gayatri Projects is a Hyderabad-based infrastructure and construction company with a presence across the segment, and a special focus on road and irrigation projects.

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Sanofi India collaborates with NIPER, Kolkata
Nov 17,2016

Sanofi India signed a MoU with National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Kolkata. The collaboration with NIPER will set promote academic excellence and research in areas of pharmaceuticals and consumer healthcare products, to cater to the current and future needs of the pharma industry.

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Inox Wind rises after new order win
Nov 17,2016

The announcement was made during trading hours today, 17 November 2016.

Meanwhile, the BSE Sensex was up 40.24 points, or 0.15%, to 26,338.93

On BSE, so far 9,838 shares were traded in the counter, compared with average daily volume of 86,419 shares in the past one quarter. The stock hit a high of Rs 188.75 and a low of Rs 183.50 so far during the day. The stock hit a 52-week high of Rs 378.40 on 23 December 2015. The stock hit a record low of Rs 161 on 6 September 2016. The stock underperformed the market over the past 30 days till 16 November 2016, sliding 18.68% compared with the Sensexs 6.25% fall. The scrip, however, outperformed the market in past one quarter, declining 1.94% as against the Sensexs 6.49% decline.

The mid-cap company has equity capital of Rs 221.92 crore. Face value per share is Rs 10.

Inox Wind said that the company has bagged a repeat order for a 40 MW wind power project to be deployed in Gujarat from Roha Dyechem. The project is scheduled to be commissioned by March 2017 and will be executed on turnkey basis. The order is a part of the 350 MW of orders announced by the company on 3 October 2016.

The order comprises of supply and installation of 20 units of Inox Winds pioneering 113 meter rotor diameter turbine. The 113 meter rotor diameter turbines are part Inoxs successful 2 MW platform and presently the companys most technologically advanced wind- turbine variant, the company said. As part of the turnkey order, Inox Wind will provide Roha Dyechem with end to end solutions from development and construction to commissioning and providing long term operations and maintenance services, it said.

Established in 1972, Roha Dyechem is one of the fastest growing manufacturers of natural and synthetic colours, specializing in the food & beverage, paints, fertilizers, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries.

On a consolidated basis, net profit of Inox Wind declined 39.93% to Rs 56.42 crore on 21.33% decline in net sales to Rs 797.67 crore in Q2 September 2016 over Q2 September 2015.

Inox Wind is a fully integrated player in the wind energy market with three manufacturing plants at Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

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Arvind Infrastructure renamed as Arvind SmartSpaces
Nov 17,2016

Arvind Infrastructure announced that the name of the Company has been changed from Arvind Infrastructure to Arvind SmartSpaces, w.e.f. 16 November 2016 by virtue of Certificate of Incorporation pursuant to change of name [Pursuant to rule 29 of the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014] issued by the office of Registrar of Companies, Gujarat.

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Shree Rajeshwaranand Paper Mills temporarily shuts down Bharuch plant
Nov 17,2016

Shree Rajeshwaranand Paper Mills announced that the Company has planned its Annual Maintenance Shut Down at the plant situated at Bharuch - Jhagadia Road, Village: Govali, Taluka: Jhagadia Dist. Bharuch- 392 022 and the Plant will be shut down from 15 November 2016 for a period of 2/3 weeks.

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Uflex gains on plans to raise funds
Nov 17,2016

The announcement was made after market hours yesterday, 16 November 2016.

Meanwhile, the S&P BSE Sensex was up 54.95 points or 0.21% at 26,353.64.

On BSE, so far 7,301 shares were traded in the counter as against average daily volume of 70,352 shares in the past one quarter. The stock hit a high of Rs 299 and a low of Rs 285 so far during the day. The stock hit a record high of Rs 334 on 27 October 2016. The stock hit a 52-week low of Rs 132.20 on 29 February 2016. The stock underperformed the market over the past one month till 16 November 2016, declining 14.11% compared with the Sensexs 4.97% fall. The scrip however underperformed the market in past one quarter, gaining 16.27% as against the Sensexs 6.29% decline.

The mid-cap company has equity capital of Rs 72.21 crore. Face value per share is Rs 10.

Uflex said that the meeting of the board of directors of the company is scheduled to be held on 25 November 2016, to approve issuance of redeemable non-convertible secured debentures (NCDs)/bonds upto an amount of Rs 650 crore subject to necessary approvals on private placement basis. The board will also consider Q2 results on that day.

On consolidated basis, Uflexs net profit rose 11.6% to Rs 86.16 crore on 4.5% decline in net sales to Rs 1480.42 crore in Q1 June 2016 over Q1 June 2015.

Uflex is one of the Indias largest end-to-end flexible packaging companies.

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Borrower Overleverage Warrants Course Correction from MFIs
Nov 17,2016

India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) says that if money flow does not fully normalise by 4QFY17, Tier 1 capital of few microfinance institutions (MFIs) could near regulatory minimum levels. Ind-Ras analysis indicates that a section of joint liability group (JLG) borrowers could be overleveraged. Moreover, overcrowding of MFIs in some highly penetrated states may adversely affect MFIs asset quality, especially with low growth in new-to-microfinance borrowers.

Demonetisation to Inculcate Banking Habits Once Short-Term Liquidity Pressure Eases: The agency expects MFI borrowers to reprioritise their expenses on account of a cash flow mismatch in the next few weeks. This would lead to an increase in one-month overdues of many MFIs. If money flow does not fully normalise by 4QFY17, Tier 1 capital of few MFIs could near regulatory minimum levels. Ind-Ras analysis indicates that most MFIs have liquidity in the form of unencumbered cash and unavailed bank lines to meet debt obligations for 30-60 days in the event of business disruption. The agency expects banking habits to improve in the long term, as currency flow resumes.

Borrowers Leverage Approaching Serviceability Limits: In Ind-Ras opinion, a typical two-income JLG borrower household could service INR50,000-INR60,000 of debt in over two years. The peak leverage of a section of JLG borrowers is approaching these levels. In 1HFY17, the level of the real income growth of rural borrowers was almost the same as the rural consumer price index, indicating that the ticket size growth rate of existing borrowers should moderate to contain the impact of borrowers rising leverage.

The growth in the gross loan portfolio (GLP) of MFIs in nine of top 10 states was driven more by an increase in ticket size than by a rise in penetration (clients serviced per branch). This indicates an uptrend in leverage in these states. Wage rate-based annual income to annual EMI ratio stands at 1.8x-2.0x for the highest leveraged states such as Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha and at 5x for the lowest leveraged states such as Kerala.

Rising Risk of Unreported Multiple Borrowings in Some States: Ind-Ra believes that the continued focus of MFIs on some of the highest penetrated states such as West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka has increased the risk of unreported multiple borrowings in such states. Hence, the chance of a surge in delinquencies is high in these states. The agencys analysis of penetration indicates that West Bengal is the highest penetrated state, followed by Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Steady Rise in Delinquency Indicates Stress in Some Regions: Ind-Ra believes that the percentage of one-month overdue loans (portfolio at risk greater than 30 days (PAR >30)), as reported by MFIs, underestimate the actual default rate of borrowers because of the base effect. The currently reported PAR > 30 numbers have become artificially low because of the accelerated growth registered by MFIs last year. Ind-Ras estimate of PAR > 30 for end-1QFY17, based on the base of the disbursement in 1QFY16 and 2QFY16, indicates that PAR > 30 crossed 1% in Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh, and is in fact close to 2% for Gujarat.

Nine of Top 12 MFIs Need Higher Capital to Account for Low-Quality Geographical Mix: Five of the top 12 MFIs analysed by Ind-Ra have low geographical diversification and are exposed to regions with high default expectations. These five MFIs had a GLP of INR96bn at end-1QFY17. Four MFIs, with a GLP of INR181bn, have granular geographical distribution and are present in regions with low default expectations. Based on the geographical diversification and riskiness of the covered geographies, the current capital levels of nine MFIs may be inadequate to cover extreme portfolio stress, a requirement for higher rating levels.

Idiosyncratic Risk Keeps Spreads Commanded by MFIs Wider Compared With Similar-Rated NBFCs: The weighted average credit rating of MFIs improved to A- in FY16 from BBB- in FY14; however, the spreads commanded by similarly rated NBFCs over 10-year government securities are tighter than those commanded by MFIs. In Ind-Ras assessment, the key reason for the non-convergence of spreads is the high idiosyncratic risk faced by MFIs due to the socio-political importance of their borrowers.

Credit Assessment and Operational Practices Need to be Tightened: The agency believes that interpretations of the two MFI lender norms, low correlation between borrower cycle and ticket size, among other practices, could result in adverse borrower selection. The key examples of operational lacunae are non-verification of Aadhaar, involvement of agents due to portfolio build-up pressure and prepayments leading to faster introduction of borrowers to higher ticket size.

JLG Loans to Remain Mainstay; Product Development Key to Growth: The microfinance portfolio of all MFIs stood at INR670bn in FY16 compared with INR227bn in FY11, with penetration (non-unique borrowers) increasing to 32.5m from 17.6m. The sector receives regulatory support and preference for financial inclusion (8 of the 10 SFBs approved were MFIs). Ind-Ra opines that MFIs are likely to play a pivotal role in providing the large informal income segment, with estimated credit demand of INR 10trn, access to formal financing, and this may, in turn, provide MFIs new avenues for future growth by designing new products for this segment.

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Uflex provides product update
Nov 17,2016

Uflex announced that its Flexfreshn++ liner bags successfully passed the trails of a prominant European retailer for shipment of blueberries from South America to Europe.

The Flexfreshn++ is a special patent protected polymeric packaging film manufactured by Uflex for packaging fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers.

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EMCO provides update on Joint Lenders Forum meeting
Nov 17,2016

EMCO announced that the Joint Lenders Forum meeting of the Company held on 16 November 2016 (Reference Date) has passed to resolve the account under RBI guidelines Scheme for Sustainable Structuring of Stressed Assets (S4A).

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Inox Wind bags repeat order for 40 MW wind power project
Nov 17,2016

Inox Wind has bagged a repeat order for 40 MW wind power project to be deployed in the State of Gujarat from Roha Dyechem, which is part of the 350 MW of orders announced by the Company on 03 October 2016. The said project is scheduled to be commissioned by March 2017 and will be executed on turnkey basis.

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Voltas drops after muted Q2 result
Nov 17,2016

The result was announced after market hours yersterday, 16 November 2016.

Meanwhile, the S&P BSE Sensex was up 36.05 points, or 0.14%, to 26,334.74

On BSE, so far 2.73 lakh shares were traded in the counter, compared with an average daily volume of 1.04 lakh shares in the past one quarter. The stock hit a high of Rs 326.90 and a low of Rs 297.75 so far during the day. The stock hit a record high of Rs 406 on 20 October 2016. The stock hit a 52-week low of Rs 211.20 on 12 February 2016. The stock underperformed the market over the past 30 days till 16 November 2016, sliding 17.78% compared with the Sensexs 6.25% fall. The scrip also underperformed the market in past one quarter, declining 10.25% as against the Sensexs 6.49% decline.

The large-cap company has an equity capital of Rs 33.09 crore. Face value per share is Re 1.

Voltas said that order book of the Electro-Mechanical Projects Services segment stood higher at Rs 4252 crore as on 30 September 2016 as compared to Rs 3736 crore as on 30 September 2015. Orders booked during the quarter include Rs 121 crore for water treatment plant for Agra smart city, Voltas said. For Engineering Products and Services segment, Voltas said that the industrial environment in India for both, textile and mining businesses remains challenging for capital equipment sales, due to the weak investment cycle. In Unitary Cooling Products for Comfort and Commercial use segment, Voltas said that the company continued to be the market leader for the room air conditioners in India.

Voltas is an air conditioning company and one of the worlds premier engineering solutions providers and project specialists. Voltas offers engineering solutions for a wide spectrum of industries in areas such as heating, ventilation and air conditioning, refrigeration, electro-mechanical projects, textile machinery, mining and construction equipment, water management & treatment, cold chain solutions, building management systems, and indoor air quality.

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