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Hindustan Copper Ltd

NSE: HINDCOPPER

DPS

0.92

Last updated : FY 2023

Key Highlights

    The Dividend per Share of Hindustan Copper Ltd is ₹ 0.92 as of 2023 .a1#The Dividend Payout of Hindustan Copper Ltd changed from 33.06 % on March 2019 to 30.13 % on March 2023 . This represents a CAGR of -1.84% over 5 years. a1#The Latest Trading Price of Hindustan Copper Ltd is ₹ 336.6 as of 14 Jun 15:30 .a1#The Market Cap of Hindustan Copper Ltd changed from ₹ 4528 crore on March 2019 to ₹ 9519 crore on March 2023 . This represents a CAGR of 16.02% over 5 years. a1#The Revenue of Hindustan Copper Ltd changed from ₹ 357.13 crore to ₹ 585.22 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of 28.01% a1#The EBITDA of Hindustan Copper Ltd changed from ₹ 135.38 crore to ₹ 245.98 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of 34.79% a1#The Net Profit of Hindustan Copper Ltd changed from ₹ 57.08 crore to ₹ 124.75 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of 47.84% a1#

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Fundamental Metrics

Market Cap

34,334 Cr

EPS

3.0

P/E Ratio (TTM) *

116.4

P/B Ratio (TTM) *

15.0

DTE *

0.1

ROE *

12.9

ROCE *

14.9

Dividend Yield *

0.93

DPS *

0.92

Dividend Payout *

30.13

Ann.Dividend % *

18.4

* All values are consolidated

* All values are consolidated

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Dividend Payout Over Time

Dividend payout refers to the total dividends paid to shareholders relative to the company's earnings. It is a financial measure that determines the percentage of earnings paid out to existing shareholders as dividends. How to calculate Dividend Payout Ratio? The dividend payout ratio formula is as follows: DPR = Dividends paid / Net earnings With the dividend payout ratio, you can understand the company's priorities. It is an important metric that allows you to easily check DPR online.

Dividend Payout Over Time

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Mar '1933
Mar '200
Mar '2129
Mar '2230
Mar '2330

* All values are a in %

Dividend per Share (DPS) Over Time

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DIVIDENDYIELD

Dividend Yield is a financial ratio that shows the annual dividend income relative to the market price of a share. It is calculated by dividing the dividend per share by the current market price per share, expressed as a percentage.

Dividend Yield Comparison With Top Peers

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Net Profit Vs Dividend Per Share

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Hindustan Copper Ltd

NSE: HINDCOPPER

PRICE

336.6

0.70 (0.21%)

stock direction

Last updated : 14 Jun 15:30

SWOT Analysis Of Hindustan Copper Ltd

Strength

3

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Weakness

3

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Opportunity

0

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Threats

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Dividend Overview for Hindustan Copper Ltd

  • Hindustan Copper Ltd, boasts of a market capitalization of Rs 34334 Cr., with a share price of Rs 336.60 as of 14 Jun 15:30. While all stocks don't consistently pay dividends, Hindustan Copper Ltd rewarded its shareholders, distributing 30.1 % for the full year.
  • In the year ending 2022, Hindustan Copper Ltd declared a dividend of Rs 1, resulting in a dividend yield of 1.0% Assessing its dividend-paying capacity and valuation is crucial to determine its suitability as a dividend stock.
  • During the year ending 2023, Hindustan Copper Ltd recorded revenues of Rs 1717 Cr, with a trailing EBITDA Margin of 35.0% and net-profit of Rs 295 Cr

Overview of Dividend

Types of Dividend


Special Dividend

A dividend is paid on common stock when a company has accumulated substantial profits over years, often seen as excess cash that doesn't need immediate use.


Preferred Dividend

A quarterly dividend is paid to preferred stock owners, typically accumulating a fixed amount, and is earned on shares that function more like bonds.


Interim Dividend

Companies declare interim dividends before final full-year accounts are prepared, specifically in India, during the financial year from April to March of the following year.


Final Dividend

A final dividend is issued after the year's accounts have been compiled. Aside from this, the following list highlights the most prevalent sorts of dividends:


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Market Cap Over Time

Market Cap or market capitalisation refers to metrics that are used to measure a company's size. It is defined as the total market value of a company's outstanding shares of stock. Formula of Market Cap: Market Capital = N * P Here, N for the outstanding shares P refers to the closing price of the company's shares. Types of Companies based on Market Cap: - Small-Cap stocks: Up to 500 Crore - Mid-Cap Stocks: From Rs.500 crore up to Rs.7,000 crore - Large-Cap Stocks: From Rs.7,000 crore up to Rs.20,000 crore

Market Cap Over Time

Period
Mar '194529
Mar '201971
Mar '2111056
Mar '2210990
Mar '239519

* All values are a in crore

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Revenue Over Time

Revenue term means the amount of money a company earns from its primary business activities such as the sales of its products & services. Types of Revenue: 1. Operating revenue: It refers to the income generated from the core business activities, which are sales of goods or services rendered. 2. Non-Operating revenue: It is the income generated from secondary sources unrelated to the primary business. Examples include rents, dividends, interest, and royalty fees. Formula for Revenue: The formula for calculating revenue is based on two goods & services: For goods: Revenue = Avg unit price x Number of Units sold For services: Revenue = Avg unit price x Number of Customers served.

Revenue Over Time

Period
Jun '22357
Sep '22234
Dec '22569
Mar '22611
Jun '23385
Sep '23393
Dec '23409
Mar '23585

* All values are a in crore

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EBITDA Over Time

PBIDT stands for Profit Before Interest, Depreciation, and Taxes. It is a financial metric that measures a company's profitability before accounting for interest expenses, depreciation of assets, and taxes. Formula to calculate PBIDT: PBIDT = Net Income + Interest + Depreciation + Taxes or PBIDT = Operating Income + Depreciation + Taxes PBIDT vs EBITDA vs EBIT vs EBT: Here is a brief explanation of the differences: - PBIDT (Profit Before Interest, Depreciation, and Taxes) includes taxes in its calculation, unlike EBITDA. - EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) excludes taxes and interest, focusing on operational performance. - EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) excludes interest and taxes, providing a measure of core operational profitability. - EBT (Earnings Before Taxes) includes all operating income but does not account for interest expenses. Conclusion: PBIDT, similar to EBITDA, is a measure of operational profitability but includes taxes in its calculation.

EBITDA Over Time

Period
Jun '22135
Sep '2286
Dec '22126
Mar '22238
Jun '23107
Sep '23132
Dec '23117
Mar '23246

* All values are a in crore

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Net Profit Over Time

Net profit is the amount of money a company retains after accounting for all expenses, depreciation, interest, taxes, and other deductions. Net Profit formula is expressed as: Net Profit = Total Revenue - Total Expense Net Profit Margin Ratio: Net Profit Margin Ratio = Net Profit / Total Revenue

Net Profit Over Time

Period
Jun '2257
Sep '2226
Dec '2280
Mar '22132
Jun '2347
Sep '2361
Dec '2363
Mar '23125

* All values are a in crore

About Hindustan Copper Ltd

About Hindustan Copper Ltd

    Hindustan Copper Limited, a Miniratna Category-1 Status Company is a Central Public Sector Undertaking (CPSE) under the administrative control of Ministry of Mines, Government of India. The Company is engaged in Exploration, Exploitation, Mining of Copper and Copper Ore including Beneficiation of Minerals, Smelting and Refining. It has copper mines & concentrator plants in Malanjkhand Copper Project at Madhya Pradesh (MCP), Khetri Copper Complex at Rajasthan (KCC) and Indian Copper Complex, Ghatsila at Jharkhand (ICC). Presently, it is operating Smelter & Refinery Plant at ICC and Gujarat Copper Project, Gujarat (GCP) for production of copper cathode and thereafter conversion of Cathode to Copper Wire Rod at Taloja Copper Project, Taloja, Maharashtra (TCP). The Company is the only vertically integrated producer of primary refined copper in India. The Company markets copper cathodes, copper wire bar, continuous cast copper rod and by-products, such as anode slime (containing gold, silver, etc.), copper sulphate and sulphuric acid. Hindustan Copper Limited was incorporated on November 09, 1967 as Government Company with the name Hindustan Copper (Pvt) Ltd. In February 27, 1968, the Company converted into a Public Limited Company and name was changed to Hindustan Copper Limited. During the year, the assets of National Mineral Development Corporation Ltd at Khetri, Rajasthan were transferred to the Company. In the year 1972, the Government of India nationalized the Indian Copper Corporation Limited at Ghatsila, Jharkhand and handed over to the company. In the year 1976, the company commissioned the smelter plant with capacity of 31,000 TPA. In year 1982, Company commenced Malanjkhand Copper Project (MCP) at Malanjkhand, Balaghat district in Madhya Pradesh. In year 1989, the Company commissioned CC Rod plant at TCP with installed capacity 60,000 TPA, using southwire SCR- 2000 technology and natural gas as fuel. In year 1993, Promoter of the Company sold 3,411,000 Equity Shares to Life Insurance Corporation of India, General Insurance Corporation of India, Manali Investment & Finance (Pvt.) Ltd. and GIC Mutual Fund. In year 1994, Equity Shares of the Company were listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd (BSE). The Government of India approved the restructuring of the company in the year 1999, 2002 and 2008. In the year 2008, the company was granted 'Miniratna-Category I' status by the Government of India. The company has started processing of low grade sulphide ore (average copper content of 0.3% or less) due to buoyancy in copper prices and is working on a research & development project to exploit low grade sulphide ores through bio-leaching technology at MCP. The company plans to expand their current production level of approximately 3.21 MTPA to an expected mining capacity of at least 12.41 MTPA by the end of fiscal 2017. The expansion plan includes, expanding their existing mines, namely the Malanjkhand mine of MCP, the Khetri mine and Kolihan mine of KCC as well as the Surda mine of ICC, reopening some of their mines that were closed in the past and renewing their mining leases, namely the Kendadih mine and Rakha mine of ICC and establishing new mines, namely the Banwas mine at KCC and the Chapri-Sideshwar mine at ICC. During the year 2013-14, the Government of India, pursuant to SEBI guidelines for Offer for Sale' through the Stock Exchange mechanism sold 3,71,19,152 equity shares out of its existing shareholding in the Company on 3rd July 2013 and mobilized an amount of Rs. 259.84 Crores. Consequently, the Government shareholding in the Company has come down from 94.01% to 90% making the Company compliant with SEBI requirement of 10% Minimum Public Shareholding in listed Public Sector Companies. During the year 2017, the expenditure on account of Replacements & Renewals (R&R) of plant & machinery, mine expansion, mine development & green field exploration stood at Rs 400.66 crore which was funded through the internal resources of the Company. During the year 2018, the expenditure on account of Replacements & Renewals (R&R) of plant & machinery, mine expansion, mine development & green field exploration stood at Rs. 589.81 crore which was funded through the internal resources of the Company. During the FY2019, the expenditure on account of Replacements & Renewals (R&R) of plant & machinery, mine expansion, mine development & green field exploration stood at Rs 602.46 crore which was funded partially through internal resources of the Company and partly through borrowings from banks. HCL has invested Rs 18.50 Lakhs in the equity shares of its subsidiary Chhattisgarh Copper Ltd (CCL) during the year ended 31 March, 2019, out of which 74% equity is held by HCL and remaining 26% is held by Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation Ltd. During the FY2020, the expenditure on account of Replacements & Renewals (R&R) of plant & machinery, mine expansion, mine development & green field exploration stood at Rs 452.96 crore which was funded partially through internal resources of the Company and partly through borrowings from banks. During the year 2021, HCL has invested Rs. 75 Lakhs in the equity shares of Khanij Bidesh India Ltd (KABIL), a JV company between NALCO, HCL and MECL, which incorporated on 8th August, 2019 to identify, acquire, develop, process and make commercial use of strategic and other minerals in overseas locations for supply in India. The shareholding of NALCO, HCL and MECL in the JV Company is in the ratio of 40:30:30. During the year 2021, HCL has made additional investment of Rs. 14.80 Lakhs in the equity of its subsidiary viz. Chhattisgarh Copper Ltd (CCL), out of which 74% equity is held by HCL and remaining 26% is held by Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation Ltd. In May, 2022 HCL has made additional investment of Rs. 9 crore in the equity shares of Khanij Bidesh India Ltd (KABIL), a JV company between NALCO, HCL and MECL, which incorporated on 8th August, 2019 to identify, acquire, develop, process and make commercial use of strategic and other minerals in overseas locations for supply in India. The shareholding of NALCO, HCL and MECL in the JV Company is in the ratio of 40:30:30. During the year 2022, HCL has made additional investment of Rs. 7.4 Lakh in the equity shares of its subsidiary viz. Chhattisgarh Copper Ltd. (CCL), out of which 74% equity is held by HCL and remaining 26% is held by Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation Ltd. During FY 2022-23, 17,249 m of surface drilling and 12,660 m of underground definition drilling was completed. Extension of ore bodies proved upto about 650 m vertical depth in Rakha Block and up to about 750 m vertical depth in Kendadih Block. As on 1.4.2022, copper ore reserve and resources of the Company was 631.85 million tonnes. The geological drilling work was completed in FY 2022-23. During the year, HCL has made additional investment of Rs 6.30 Lakh in the equity of its subsidiary viz. Chhattisgarh Copper Ltd (CCL), out of which 74% equity held by HCL and remaining 26% held by Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation Ltd.

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Hindustan Copper Ltd up for third straight session

Hindustan Copper Ltd gained for a third straight session today. The stock is quoting at Rs...

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07 Jun 202413:05

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Board of Hindustan Copper recommends final dividend

Hindustan Copper announced that the Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held ...

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25 May 202410:21

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Hindustan Copper Q4 PAT slips 6% YoY; board OKs raising Rs 500-cr via NCDs

Revenue from operations rose marginally on YoY basis to Rs 565.37 crore in the quarter end...

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25 May 202411:06

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Hindustan Copper reports of accident at Kolihan Copper mine

Hindustan Copper announced that an accident occurred at Kolihan Copper mine of Khetri Copp...

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15 May 202415:00

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Hindustan Copper to hold board meeting

Hindustan Copper will hold a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company on 24 May 20...

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14 May 202411:59

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Board of Hindustan Copper to consider fund raising via QIP and NCD issue

The Board of Hindustan Copper will meet on 24 May 2024 to consider QIP issue of 9,69,76,68...

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13 May 202419:16

FAQs for dividends of Hindustan Copper Ltd

What is the current market price of Hindustan Copper Ltd Ltd as of June 15, 2024?

The current market price of Hindustan Copper Ltd Ltd stands at 336.6 per share.

What dividend did Hindustan Copper Ltd declare in the last fiscal year?

In the last fiscal year, Hindustan Copper Ltd declared a dividend totaling ₹0.0.

What is the most recent dividend declared by Hindustan Copper Ltd?

Hindustan Copper Ltd recently declared a dividend of 0.0 in the latest quarter

How many times has Hindustan Copper Ltd declared dividends in the current fiscal year

Hindustan Copper Ltd has declared dividends 4 times totaling ₹0 in the current fiscal year (FY2023-2024).

How many times did Hindustan Copper Ltd declare dividends in the previous fiscal year?

In the previous fiscal year (FY2022-2023), Hindustan Copper Ltd declared dividends 4 times totaling ₹0.
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