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Vedanta Limited (VEDL)

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6.40 +0.02 (0.33%)
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Previous Close6.15
Open6.34
Bid6.39 x 3000
Ask6.40 x 3000
Day's Range6.34 - 6.43
52 Week Range3.24 - 9.41
Volume1,533,867
Avg. Volume920,893
Market Cap5.878B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.72
PE Ratio (TTM)5.25
EPS (TTM)1.22
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.72 (11.72%)
Ex-Dividend DateOct 30, 2020
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    Vedanta says interested in buying government's stake in BPCL

    India's Vedanta Ltd, the billionaire Anil Agarwal-controlled metals-to-oil conglomerate, said on Wednesday it was interested in buying the government's stake in the state-run Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd, India's largest fuel retailer. “Vedanta's expression of interest (EoI) for BPCL is to evaluate potential synergies with our existing oil & gas business," the company said in a statement, adding that The EoI was at a "preliminary stage and exploratory in nature."

  • Hedge Fund Alleges Vedanta Unit ‘Siphoned Off’ Funds to Parent
    Bloomberg

    Hedge Fund Alleges Vedanta Unit ‘Siphoned Off’ Funds to Parent

    (Bloomberg) -- A hedge fund shareholder of Vedanta Ltd. has asked the Indian commodities firm to recall a $956 million loan to units of its parent, setting the stage for a battle with billionaire Anil Agarwal.The loan represented an “improper transfer of value” away from minority shareholders to Agarwal-controlled Vedanta Resources Ltd., London-based hedge fund Kyma Capital, which owns less than 1% in Vedanta, wrote to the company late Wednesday. “This is a clear-cut case of siphoning off funds and value that belongs to Vedanta Ltd., and all its stakeholders,” said the fund, which is run by Akshay Shah, a former Blackstone Group Inc. manager.Representatives for Vedanta didn’t respond to an email and calls for comment. The unsecured loans were extended mainly as cash management activities for better rates, Vedanta Chief Financial Officer Arun Kumar had said in a call with analysts Nov. 6. Following a $207 million repayment by June 2021, about $300 million will be repaid each year, he said.The hedge fund’s objection comes as Agarwal’s holding companies including Vedanta Resources face a combined $1.17 billion in debt that’s maturing next year, according to Bloomberg-compiled data. The billionaire’s attempts to take Mumbai-listed Vedanta private failed just over a month ago, prompting credit-rating downgrade warnings on concern about the funding needs of Vedanta Resources.Kyma Capital also asked Vedanta’s board to start a special independent audit into the loan, according to its letter that was released in a public filing. The hedge fund highlighted the resignation of an independent director on the board, and questioned the choice of “obscure” auditors based in Gurgaon in northern India that it said had no statutory authorization to audit the Jersey-headquartered unit that made the loan.While the loan was made to Vedanta Resources over a period of time, a large chunk--$430 million--was lent since Sept. 30, according to the company’s most recent quarterly earnings disclosures last week.Vedanta’s shares have fallen about 32% this year. “Vedanta trades at a massive discount to its fair value also due to concerns over the high debt levels at the promoter entities, especially Vedanta Resources,” according to Rahul Jain, an analyst at Systematix Shares & Stocks.Kyma, which was founded by Shah in 2018, has a history of activism, previously publicly voicing opposition to the debt restructuring plan of Spanish gaming firm Codere SA, whose bonds it owned. For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Vedanta Limited - Consolidated Results for the Second Quarter ended 30th September 2020
    PR Newswire

    Vedanta Limited - Consolidated Results for the Second Quarter ended 30th September 2020

    Vedanta Limited today announced its unaudited consolidated results for the Second quarter (Q2) and half year ended 30th September 2020.