JSPL top steel pick yet again, SAIL’s debt clouds prospects

Most brokerage firms have raised the target price for shares of Jindal Steel and Power by 8-18% while retaining their ‘buy’ rating on the stock, which fell 5.2% to ₹662.25 on Monday. Jindal Steel’s operating profit surpassed estimates helped by lower raw material costs and other operational efficiencies, while its debt levels fell to a 15-year low even after the company spent nearly ₹1,900 crore on capital expenditure during the quarter.

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