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Coal India Limited (COALINDIA.NS)

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442.65+7.35 (+1.69%)
As of 01:17PM IST. Market open.
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Previous close435.30
Open440.90
Bid442.80 x 0
Ask442.85 x 0
Day's range438.00 - 444.50
52-week range223.25 - 487.60
Volume4,733,347
Avg. volume14,143,796
Market cap2.728T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.29
PE ratio (TTM)9.29
EPS (TTM)47.67
Earnings date06 May 2024 - 10 May 2024
Forward dividend & yield29.75 (6.83%)
Ex-dividend date20 Feb 2024
1y target est173.36
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Majority of recent CO2 emissions linked to just 57 producers, report says

    The vast majority of planet-warming carbon dioxide emissions since 2016 can be traced to a group of 57 fossil fuel and cement producers, researchers said on Thursday. From 2016 to 2022, the 57 entities including nation-states, state-owned firms and investor-owned companies produced 80% of the world's CO2 emissions from fossil fuels and cement production, said the Carbon Majors report by non-profit think tank InfluenceMap. The world's top three CO2-emitting companies in the period were state-owned oil firm Saudi Aramco, Russia's state-owned energy giant Gazprom and state-owned producer Coal India, the report said.

  • Reuters

    Majority of recent CO2 emissions linked to just 57 producers, report says

    The vast majority of planet-warming carbon dioxide emissions since 2016 can be traced to a group of just 57 fossil fuels and cement producers, researchers said on Thursday. From 2016 to 2022, the 57 entities including nation-states, state-owned firms and investor-owned companies produced 80% of the world's CO2 emissions from fossil fuels and cement production, said the Carbon Majors report by non-profit think tank InfluenceMap. The world's top three CO2-emitting companies in the period were state-owned oil firm Saudi Aramco, Russia's state-owned energy giant Gazprom and state-owned producer Coal India, the report said.

  • Oilprice.com

    Asia's Energy Dilemma: Can the Continent Kick Its Coal Habit?

    While global efforts to phase out coal are progressing, many Asian countries are struggling to reduce their reliance on coal due to growing energy demands and existing infrastructure contracts.