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Coal India Limited (COALINDIA.NS)

NSE - NSE Real Time Price. Currency in INR
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125.80+1.20 (+0.96%)
As of 10:47AM IST. Market open.
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Previous Close124.60
Open125.00
Bid125.70 x 0
Ask125.75 x 0
Day's Range125.00 - 126.25
52 Week Range109.55 - 163.00
Volume2,111,835
Avg. Volume17,189,991
Market Cap775.271B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.63
PE Ratio (TTM)6.08
EPS (TTM)20.68
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield24.50 (19.16%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar. 15, 2021
1y Target Est330.18
  • Coal India annual production drops for second straight year
    Reuters

    Coal India annual production drops for second straight year

    Coal India Ltd, the world's largest coal miner, said on Thursday its annual production fell for the second straight year, as lower electricity consumption due to coronavirus-induced lockdowns hurt fuel demand. Coal sales fell 1.3% to 573.8 million tonnes, the company said in a statement. "Primarily, what hurt Coal India's supplies was reduced coal lifting by the power Sector," the miner said.

  • World's biggest coal company bets on solar power
    BBC

    World's biggest coal company bets on solar power

    Coal India Limited's chairman predicts that solar will replace coal as India's major energy provider.

  • World's largest coal miner Coal India bets on solar, eyes further mine closures
    Reuters

    World's largest coal miner Coal India bets on solar, eyes further mine closures

    Coal India Ltd, the world's largest coal miner, could venture into solar wafer manufacturing and wants to "aggressively" participate in the country's solar energy auctions, its chairman told Reuters on Tuesday. Pramod Agarwal said its joint venture with state-run NLC India Ltd plans to invest around 125 billion rupees ($1.73 billion) in solar power projects with a capacity of 3,000 megawatts, of which Coal India will invest some 60 billion rupees by March 2024. At the same time, it plans to keep closing small mines and stay away from opening those that would entail mass hiring, Agarwal said.