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What are the future prospects of the comoany?

About: Company: NTPC Ltd.

Asked by rishav singhee, 05 Jul '08 01:46 pm
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Wohi hoga jo manjure khuda hoga
Answered by A, 05 Jul '08 02:06 pm

 
  
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Good company for long term
http://shaktibanna.blogspot.com/2008/06/monthly-2000-rs-in-sh are-market-ntpc.html
Answered by Shakti Dulawat, 10 Jul '08 11:01 am

 
  
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Ntps is very gud one
Answered by Kedar Choukekar, 05 Jul '08 06:19 pm

 
  
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Any further panic selling may drop it towards 140-130 & below
It seems under pressure until it starts trading above 163 consistently..
It may become bullish above 190
Answered by Virendra K, 05 Jul '08 02:35 pm

 
  
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Future is there but it has its own limitations. Instead of buying NTPC and Power grid you can buy Reliance Power now the price is olso good, with in 2 months it cross 800 because it has been recognised by international community
World Bank widens $25b loan for Indian Energy co Reliance Power Ltd
July 01, 2008

Policy changes to reform Indias electricity-supply industry have been initiated for
some time1. They were developed with the support of multilateral agencies such as
the World Bank. Since 1991, the government has promoted private-sector participation
in the generation sector as a cost-effective means to build-up additional capacity.
Incentives are planned to encourage SEBs to improve the efficiency of existing generating capacity. The new policies favour the unbundling of SEBs and the privatisation of distribution. New regulatory institutions are also being established at the national and state levels: the electricity regulatory commissions (ERC). The most recent debate ...more
Answered by NAGARAJ, 09 Jul '08 11:04 am

 
  
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A good buy at declines n very a good long term scrip.
Answered by RAJESH PATEL, 05 Jul '08 04:49 pm

 
  
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