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After giving bonus share what will b d price of R POWER.

About: Company: Reliance Power Ltd.

Tags: bonus share, b d price of r power
Asked by Parminderpal singh, 09 May '08 09:22 pm
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This is the good time to buy these shares according to Mr. Ambani the price should be atleast 640.00 but it came down. They have so many project under construction if once price go up then it will not come back again now I heard that they got very big projects in middle east



Qatar signs deal for $3.8bn power project
Posted on 09 May 2008


Qatar Petroleum (QP) and Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC) together with a consortium of companies have joined force on a world-scale power and water project with a production capacity of 2,730 MW of electricity and 63 Million Gallons per Day (MIGD) of water.

The Ras Laffan C plant to be located at Ras Laffan Industrial City is slated for completion by 2011 in phased manner. Deputy Premier and Minister of Energy and Industry H E Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attiyah said the total project cost is estimated at $3.8bn
QP and QEWC signed a joint venture agreement with Indian based Reliance Power Ltd to establish the Ras Girtas ...more
Answered by ashol, 11 May '08 02:07 pm

 
  
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it will cost around RS. 269 per share...
Answered by Ankit Bhargava, 09 May '08 09:24 pm

 
  
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Price of IPO was Rs. 430/-, Cost of Shares Purchased at IPO Price after Bonus Issue will be Rs. 268.75 P. ( i.e. Cost of 5 Shares at 430/- is 2,150/-, after bonus Shares will be 8, So 2,15O/- divided by 8 Shares = 268.75. The Price after bonus should be the price calculated as above at the last market price before BONUS. The Price after BONUS may be higher.
Answered by LALCHAND SOVASARIA, 19 May '08 05:13 pm

 
  
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no there may be no chance this good time to buy its shares after 1 month may be it will cxross 1000 or even more according to the companies internal news they will publish all the projects after alloting bonus to their share holders. So many peoples waiting to buy shares after bonus allotment they think that the share price will come down. But it will go above and they will publish all projects and according to the news some foriegn company already proposed to have 20% of its shares @ 850.00. I think Reliance mangement demanding more.
Answered by Rakesh Shah, 11 May '08 08:42 pm

 
  
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They will see the market price on the date for trading for record date ( i.e. last trading day is 29.5.2008 and record date is 2.6.2008) For arriving price after bonus issue : the formula is:- market price multiplied by five and devided by eight (ex: 3 bonus shares will be given for every five shares held )
Answered by bhaskar erram, 09 May '08 09:29 pm

 
  
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Some people are calculationg according to its toda's value but it will go above 800 as per internal management of RPL according to them it will cross 800 . This is because they will announce about their project which are very confidentially kept as secret.
Answered by CNBC, 11 May '08 09:09 pm

 
  
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