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Friday, August 26, 2016
(ii) You can keep on adding the shares of JSW Energy Ltd for a short term target of Rs.84-85. Three years ago, JSW Energy’s market capitalization was a third that of Tata Power Co. Ltd and three-fifths that of Adani Power Ltd. Tata Power’s and Adani Power’s installed power generating capacities then were 2.7 times and 1.7 times bigger, respectively, than JSW Energy’s. With its latest 500 megawatt (MW) power plant purchase, JSW Energy’s capacities have almost doubled from back then. Tracking the rise, the company’s market value has jumped 90% during the period to Rs.13,333 crore. Capacities at Tata Power and Adani Power also rose. But unlike JSW Energy, market caps of these companies fell in the range of 13-18%.
JSW Energy’s market cap is now greater than that of Adani Power, despite the latter having higher generation assets. Similarly, Tata Power market cap is now only 42% higher than JSW Energy. The changes reflect the hurdles these companies hit, while JSW Energy was lucky to avoid non-remunerative power purchase agreements (PPAs).
(iii) Shrenuj & Co Ltd hit the buyer freeze in the opening trade. The stock should move higher in the coming days, as the promoters will manage Rs.300 crore from somewhere to refinance the loans.
(iv) Investors can continue to buy the shares of IVRCL Ltd for short term target of Rs.7-8. The company is operating in 5-sectors therefore the chance of a turnaround looks bright once a strategic investor chips in....