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Jet Airways Touches 52 Week High

Jet Airways is currently trading at Rs 810.00, up by 30.60 points or 3.93% from its previous closing of Rs 779.40 on the BSE.
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The scrip opened at Rs 778.00 and has touched a fresh 52 week high of Rs 831.30 and low of Rs 765.00 respectively. So far 1214825 shares were traded on the counter.

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The BSE group ‘A’ stock of face value Rs 10 has touched a 52 week high of Rs. 831.30 on 20-Aug-2010 and a 52 week low of Rs 221.80 on 08-Sep-2009.

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Last one week high and low of the scrip stood at Rs 831.30 and Rs 659.80 respectively. The current market cap of the company is Rs 7077.23 crore.

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The promoters holding in the company stood at 80.00% while Institutions and Non-Institutions held 15.60% and 4.40% respectively.

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Jet Airways, India’s premier international airline, has sought Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) nod to raise foreign currency loans worth Rs 3,450 crore for the purpose of repayment of higher-cost domestic debt.

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The country’s largest private-sector carrier is planning to discharge the loans taken from local banks through the amount raised, though under current regulations, foreign currency loans, also known as external commercial borrowings (ECBs), cannot be used to refinance domestic loans. In this backdrop, recently, only those telecom firms which had bid for 3G licences have been allowed repayment of rupee loans with the ECB proceeds.

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Further, the company wants RBI’s support to ensure uninterrupted services and continued employment to over 13,000 employees..

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NRI’s Deposits Surge $1.8 Billion in Q1 :)

NRI deposits in Q1

Overseas Indians continue to set great store by deposits with banks in India due to the upward revision in the interest rate ceiling while the Non-resident Indian (NRI) deposits with banks increased by $1.8 billion in Q1 of FY2010.

However, in order to counter foreign exchange outflows, the RBI revised the ceiling rate of foreign currency non-resident deposits to LIBOR/SWAP rates plus 100 basis points for the respective currency /corresponding maturities (as against LIBOR/SWAP rates plus 25 basis points).

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Moreover, in the case of repatriable NRE deposits, the ceiling rate on NRE deposits was raised to LIBOR/SWAP rates plus 175 basis points.

Further, private transfer receipts which constitutes of remittances from Indians working overseas and local withdrawals from NRI rupee deposits, remained buoyant and rose by 9.4% to $13.3 billion during Q1FY2010 from $12.2 billion in Q1FY2009.

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On the other hand, during Q1FY2010, invisibles receipts, comprising services (travel, transportation, insurance, software, etc), transfers and income (investment income and compensation of employees), decreased by 0.7% to $38.684 billion due to reduction in all categories of services except insurance and financial services and a decline of 20.3% in investment income receipts.

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However, invisibles payments rose by 11.9% to $18.505 billion on account of growth in payments under services and income account.

The trade deficit declined to $25.986 billion and net invisibles was lower at $20.179 billion whereas merchandise exports recorded a decline of 21% in Q1FY2010 and imports declined by 19.6% as against a positive growth of 42.9% in Q1FY2009.

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