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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Guidance of 100 companies,Profit from it members

Guys as you know I make 5 lines out of a line.The management guides me and with there words I procced om.Presenting you some indispensable guidance stuff which helps me so much in making my notes.Heres it only for you folks.

1)C&C Construction:Maintains FY'09 revenue guidance of crossing Rs 800 crore.

2)Nava Bharat Ventures:Annual target for production of Ferro Alloys is likely to be at a lower level than last year.

3)Sagar Cement:Production for the next fiscal is expected to be 2.25 million metric tonnes.

4)Orbit Corporation:Plans to restructure Rs 200 crore NCD.

5)Vipul:Focusing on developing land bank of 10 million sq. ft.

6)Godavari Power and Ispat:To sell surplus power, rather than use it for captive consumption, due to better realisation.

7)Usha Martin:Capex of Rs 350 crore for FY'10.

8)EdServ Softsystems:Seeing the inconsistent track record and the unproven business model, the IPO is aggressively priced.(my view).

9)DCM Shriram Consolidated:Through with capex.

10)Essar Oil:Phase II expansion project delayed to December 2011.

11)DLF:The company expects home loan rates and real estate prices to reduce significantly.

12)Simplex Infrastructure:Net order book backlog as on 31st December'08 is Rs 10231 crore.

13)Indo Tech Transformation:Margins for Transformers will remain under pressure in FY'10.

14)Infrastructure Development Finance Company:Provisions will increase in Q4.

15)Prithvi Information Solutions:Clients asking for 10-30%.

16)Firstsource Solutions:Might miss FY09 target of 32% revenue growth.

17)Gujarat State Petronet:Volume of gas transported will improve going forward.

18)Indoco Remedies:Expects Q4 FY'09 revenues to remain flat.

19)Balrampur Chini Mills:Estimates to produce 50 lakh quintals sugar against 82 lakh quintals in FY08.

20)Raymond:To open more stores in Tier 4 and Tier 5 cities.

21)HEG:Booked 25-30% of the order book for FY'10 at prices which are 15-18% higher.

22)Tulip Telecom:Expects notable revenue contribution from intra city fiber rollout from Q1 FY10 onward.

23)National Aluminium Company:No plans to defer production and expansion plans.

24)GMR Infrastructure:Three road projects will be open for operation by March 09.

25)Cinemax India:Revenues of Rs 230-240 crore in FY10.

26)Northgate Technologies:OMP to drive revenues and OMX to be slow.

27)Baer (India):PV business to see short term impact but long-term prospects intact.

28)GE Shipping:Uncertainty in the dry bulk trade continues.

29)KEC International:Slowdown in orders not expected for another 6-8 months.

30)Sun Pharmaceuticals:Expects to maintain growth in revenues as per guidance of 18%-20% for FY'09.

31)Suzlon Energy:Order book stands at Rs 10387 crore.

32)Everonn Systems India:Maintains steep guidance.

33)Apollo Hospitals:Plans to add 3029 beds over next 18-24 months.

34)OnMobile Global:Expects Ad-RBT to contribute 15-20% revenue going forward.

35)Bank of Baroda:Has headroom to raise about Rs 7500 crore.

36)Indian Hotels Company:Inventory of 558 rooms will come-up during the current quarter.

37)BHEL:Expects to close FY09 with a turnover of Rs 27000 crore.

38)Jindal Steel & Power:Capex of Rs 2000-2500 crore each year over the next 2 years.

39)Dena Bank:The bank has sought a support of Rs 500 crore from the government to bolster its capital base.

40)MIC Electronics:Rupee depreciation against Yen affects the bottom line growth.

41)Dalmia Cement (Bharat):Peak level debt to increase to Rs 3,000 crore in the next fiscal.

42)Housing Development and Infrastructure (HDIL):Company has 1 million square feet of TDR as stock in trade.

43)Shree Cement:Production for the current fiscal would be 8 million metric tonnes.

44)Tata Chemicals:30% demand contraction of Soda ash in China.

45)Bartronics India:No revenues from Singapore subsidiary.

46)Subex:Maintains guidance for FY'09.

47)Ballarpur Industries:Plan capex of Rs 300 crore for next 2 years.

48)Sanghvi Movers:Aims to emerge as debt free company in 3 years.

49)Cairn India:First production (Mangala) in Q3 2009.

50)Thermax:Expects slowdown in investments and delay of capex in most of its user industry.

51)Dabur India:Will maintain same EBIDTA margin for Q4 also.

52)J&K Bank:Sees CASA at 40% by end of FY09.

53)Ashok Leyland:To execute domestic order book of 2000 vehicles and export order book of 2200 vehicles by Mar '09 end.

54)Tata Steel:Volume guidance for FY'10 is 6.5 Million tonnes.

55)Jagran Prakashan:Expects 10% growth in revenues in FY09.

56)Central Bank of India:Requests government for additional capital of Rs 1500 crore.

57)SAIL:Capex to the tune of Rs 10000 crore for FY'10.

58)KPR Mill:Outlook remains cautious.

59)Jubilant Organosys:Cuts topline growth guidance for FY'09 due to fall in IPP business.

60)UTV Software Communications:Expects revenues of Rs 650-660 crore for FY09.

61)Entertainment Network (India):Q4FY09 to be subdued.

6)NTPC:Plans to add 2800 MW, 5410 MW and 10980 MW capacities in FY'10, FY'11 and FY'12 respectively.

63)Cummins India:Expects 15-20% fall in FY10 sales.

64)Hindustan Unilever:The company's 30% to 35% personal product sales come from rural areas.

65)Sun TV Network:Advertising growth rate of 18-20% expected in FY10.

66)India CementsQ4 will see a production of 2.5 to 2.7 million metric tonnes.

67)Sesa Goa:On track for a 25-30% growth in iron ore volume for FY'09.

68)Glenmark Pharmaceuticals:Company cuts expected growth rate to 20-25% for FY'10.

69)Asian Paints:Impact of real estate slow down to be seen in the H1FY10.

70)Shriram Transport Finance:The Disbursements for the Q3FY09 were down 25% y-o-y with the pre-owned CV constituting 92% of the total disbursements.

71)ICICI Bank:Treasury income of the bank went up at Rs 920 crore from Rs 291 crore.

72)Cadila Healthcare:Expects domestic formulation sales to grow by 12% to 14% for FY'09.

73)Shriram EPC:Q3 FY09 order intake propelled by Biomass and cooling towers.

74)Nagarjuna Construction:Order book stands at Rs 12419 crore.

75)GlaxoSmithkline Consumer Healthcare:Expects to post a double digit growth for CY09also.

76)Punj Lloyd:The company expects slowdown in petrochemical segment, but no slowdown in oil & gas sector, which constitutes 65% of total business.

77)Godrej Consumer Products:Margin will improve from Q4 onwards.

78)Container Corporation:Foresees Q4 to be challenging quarter.

79)Reliance Infrastructure:EPC division has an order book position of about Rs 21510 crore

80)Sterlite Industries:Expects aluminium and Zinc cost of production to bring down significantly.

81)HCL Technologies:PBT to be impacted by 200bps on Axon amortization and 300bps on higher interest cost.

82)Tanla Solutions:Performance to be back on track except for uncertainty in GBP movement.

83)Union bank of India:Improves NIM guidance to 3.0% or better by end March 2009.

84)Everest Kanto Cylinders:Expects Volume growth of 25-30% in Dubai for FY10.

85)Tanla Solutions:Performance to be back on track except for uncertainty in GBP movement.

86)Union bank of India:Improves NIM guidance to 3.0% or better by end March 2009.

87)Everest Kanto Cylinders:Expects Volume growth of 25-30% in Dubai for FY10.

88)TV Today Network:Has seen impact of slowdown from December 2008.

89)Balkrishna Industries:Expects net sales to the tune of Rs 290-300 crore for Q4 FY'09.

90)Marico:Cautious approach over the future.

91)VST Industries:Margin to remain under pressure on expected rise in tobacco leaf prices.

92)Praj Industries:US Market still subdued.

93)Gateway Distriparks:Feels pinch of global slow down in the EXIM segment.

94)Reliance Industries:Focuses on overall margin rather than inventory gains / losses by following a balanced approach.

95)Ranbaxy Laboratories:The results were impacted by three major factors viz., AS30 impact of USD 161 million, forex impact of USD 179 million, US related provisions of USD 59 million.

96)YES bank:Earns a one time income of around Rs 60-90 crore due to trading in Gsec.

97)TRF:NP of Rs 9.6 crore had to be written back due to cancellation of contract.

98)Kotak Mahindra Bank:NPA increases even as advances slowed down.

99)Dish TV India:DTH industry not impacted by slowdown,remains the leader.

100)Repro India:Surat facility to contribute Rs 120-150 crore in topline for FY'10.

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