TATASTL.BO - Tata Steel Ltd

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  • Port Talbot steelworks owner confirms plan to cut up to 1,000 UK jobs
    The Guardian

    Port Talbot steelworks owner confirms plan to cut up to 1,000 UK jobs

    Port Talbot steelworks owner confirms plan to cut up to 1,000 UK jobs. Tata Steel is to make nearly one in eight of its British workforce redundant

  • Share market highlights: Sensex ends 249 points up, Nifty above 11,900; Tata Steel, Yes Bank top gainers
    Financial Express

    Share market highlights: Sensex ends 249 points up, Nifty above 11,900; Tata Steel, Yes Bank top gainers

    Share market highlights: The Sensex and Nifty ended higher on Monday, extending gains from the previous week, after Narendra Modi-led NDA stormed to victory. The Sensex closed 249 points higher at 39,683.29, while the Nifty ended above the 11,900-mark.

  • Free Press Journal

    Tata Steel will continue to explore various business options in Europe: T V Narendran

    Tata Steel has not given up on its plans of merging its business in Europe, a top company official said while terming the European Commission's feedback on the proposed joint venture with Thyssenkrupp as a "speed breaker".

  • Free Press Journal

    JV breakup with Thyssenkrupp marginally credit negative for Tata Steel: S&P

    The collapse of Tata Steel's proposed joint venture with German conglomerate Thyssenkrupp is "marginally credit negative" for the Indian steel major, a global rating agency has said.

  • Free Press Journal

    EC nips Tata Steel-Thyssenkrupp JV

    Tata Steel Group Friday said the proposed merger of its European operations with Thyssenkrupp of Germany has hit a road block after the European Commission has raised many objections to the deal.

  • ‘European Commission to block Tata Steel-ThyssenKrupp JV’
    The Indian Express

    ‘European Commission to block Tata Steel-ThyssenKrupp JV’

    Had the deal been cleared, it would have been the largest European steel deal since 2006 when Arcelor was taken over by industrialist Lakshmi Mittal.

  • Reuters

    Tata Steel to explore all options for European unit after ThyssenKrupp JV falls apart

    India's Tata Steel Ltd said on Friday it will explore all options for its European steel business after its proposed joint venture with German steel giant ThyssenKrupp AG failed to secure regulatory approval. ...

  • Tata Steel shares see biggest intraday fall in 10 months after reports of ThyssenKrupp merger failure
    Financial Express

    Tata Steel shares see biggest intraday fall in 10 months after reports of ThyssenKrupp merger failure

    The shares of Tata Steel tanked more than 7%, the biggest intraday fall in ten months, after reports that its merger with German steel maker ThyssenKrupp is expected to fail. Both the companies had formally signed the merger agreement in 2018.

  • Reuters

    Tata Steel says EU not likely to ok Thyssenkrupp JV

    Tata Steel on Friday said that the European Commission does not intend to clear its proposed joint venture with Germany's Thyssenkrupp. The two companies had agreed last year to combine their steel operations ...

  • Tata Steel Ltd Shares Dive 7.7% as Thyssenkrupp Deal Hits Roadblock
    News18

    Tata Steel Ltd Shares Dive 7.7% as Thyssenkrupp Deal Hits Roadblock

    EU antitrust regulators are concerned that the deal between Thyssenkrupp and Tata Steel Ltd would lead to less choice and higher prices for steel and were likely to block it unless the companies offered greater concessions.

  • Reuters

    ThyssenKrupp sees room for EU agreement on Tata Steel deal

    ThyssenKrupp said on Sunday it still saw scope for agreement with European antitrust regulators on a planned joint venture with Tata Steel despite a Financial Times report that Brussels was likely to block the deal. Tata Steel and ThyssenKrupp have proposed combining their steel operations in Europe to form the region's second-biggest steelmaker. Earlier on Sunday, the Financial Times reported that EU antitrust regulators were concerned the deal would lead to less choice and higher prices for steel and were increasingly likely to block it unless the companies offered greater concessions.

  • Tata Steel workers lose faith in Thyssenkrupp deal - works council
    Reuters

    Tata Steel workers lose faith in Thyssenkrupp deal - works council

    European workers at India's Tata Steel no longer believe that a joint venture with Thyssenkrupp is in the best interests of the company, the European works council said in a statement. The two companies agreed last year to combine their European steel activities, a move that would create the continent's second-largest steelmaker but still needs approval from the European Commission, which plans to make a decision by June 17. At a meeting with Tata Chairman Natarajan Chandrasekaran, Works Council chairman Frits van Wieringen confirmed that workers do not support a package of remedies designed to win the support of the European Commission.

  • Reuters

    Tata Steel workers lose faith in Thyssenkrupp deal: works council

    European workers at India's Tata Steel no longer believe that a joint venture with Thyssenkrupp is in the best interests of the company, the European works council said in a statement. The two companies agreed last year to combine their European steel activities, a move that would create the continent's second-largest steelmaker but still needs approval from the European Commission, which plans to make a decision by June 17. At a meeting with Tata Chairman Natarajan Chandrasekaran, Works Council chairman Frits van Wieringen confirmed that workers do not support a package of remedies designed to win the support of the European Commission.

  • Free Press Journal

    Tata Steel shares zoom 7 pc after Q4 results

    Shares of Tata Steel Limited jumped 7 per cent on Friday after the company's consolidated income rose in the March quarter. After a positive opening further gained 6.77 per cent to Rs 545.50 on the BSE.

  • Free Press Journal

    Tata Steelworks plant, largest in UK reports of 3 blasts

    At least three blasts were reported at the UK's largest Tata Steelworks plant in Port Talbot, injuring two persons, according to a media report. The blast at the plant in Port Talbot, Wales occurred around 3.35 am (local time), BBC reported.

  • Tata Steel share price jumps 7% after strong Q4 results; should you buy or sell stock?
    Financial Express

    Tata Steel share price jumps 7% after strong Q4 results; should you buy or sell stock?

    Shares of India's steel giant Tata Steel jumped in trade on Friday morning, after the firm reported strong Q4 results.

  • Fire Breaks Out at Tata Steel's UK Unit After Three Explosions, Two Injured
    News18

    Fire Breaks Out at Tata Steel's UK Unit After Three Explosions, Two Injured

    Early this morning, a series of blasts were heard from Tata's steel plant at the Port Talbot site in South Wales. Only two casualties with minor injuries were reported from the site.

  • Tata Steel Europe unit fire under control, no major injuries
    Reuters

    Tata Steel Europe unit fire under control, no major injuries

    Tata Steel Ltd's Europe unit said on Friday a fire broke out at its Port Talbot site in South Wales but there were no major injuries and fire was now under control. The Port Talbot site, which dates back to the early 1900s, was acquired by Tata Steel as part of its acquisition of Corus in 2007. Port Talbot is home to one of the two integrated steelmaking sites that the company operates in Europe.

  • Free Press Journal

    Tata Steel Q4 profit dips 84 pc to Rs 2,295 crore

    Domestic private sector steel giant Tata Steel Thursday reported a sharp 84.37 per cent fall in consolidated net profit at Rs 2,295.25 crore during the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2019.

  • Tata Steel profit halves to Rs 9,098 crore in FY19, revenue surges 27% on higher volumes, capacity ramp-up
    India Today

    Tata Steel profit halves to Rs 9,098 crore in FY19, revenue surges 27% on higher volumes, capacity ramp-up

    Tata Steel Q4 PAT fell sharply by 84.37 per cent to Rs 2,295.25 crore as compared to Rs14,688.02 crore during the fourth quarter ended 31 March 2018; revenue grew 26 per cent y-o-y to Rs 42,424 crore