Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Reliance Communications Ltd: Ready to Soar...
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Reliance Communications Ltd is India's second-largest telecom player in terms of subscribers. Recently, Mr. Anil Ambani said, "Reliance Communications is committed to bring down its high debt. Its debt of Rs.35,000 crore is only 10 per cent of the cumulative Rs.3.5 lakh crore debt of the entire telecom sector". 
Moreover, the company is looking to improve productivity as part of a four-step strategy to pare debt. Reliance Communications will monetize assets to increase revenue growth and improve profitability, and become the lowest cost-service provider. It is looking to unlock value in Reliance Infratel, its wireless tower subsidiary. 
Reliance Communications Ltd sold a 5 per cent stake in the unit to international investors in July 2007. It is continuing to evaluate strategic options, including a sale or a listing, for the subsidiary. The company still plans to list its overseas cable assets under a business trust structure on the Singapore Stock Exchange and will use its proceeds to repay debt.
Therefore, buy the stocks of the company without fail. It could even move above Rs.100, in the coming days. Those who have bought, Anant Raj Industries Ltd can book your profits and invest the money in Reliance Communications Ltd at around Rs.57--57.50.The book value of the shares of the company is Rs.218.97.