India Metals Report Q2 2014

Date: March 26, 2014
Pages: 68
US$ 1,295.00
Report type: Strategic Report
Delivery: E-mail Delivery (PDF), Download
ID: IF4F9E68405EN

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BMI View: India is set to become a major consumer of metals over the coming years as the government makes pertinent efforts to improve the level of infrastructure in the country. That said, major roadblocks concerning the availability of raw materials and institutional weaknesses will continue to hinder growth in the metals industry.

In contrast to the dimming outlook in major steel-producing countries, we believe India's steel sector is on track to become a steel powerhouse over the long term. While steelmakers in countries such as China, US and Germany are struggling to cope with persistent overcapacity and sluggish steel demand, the fortunes for Indian steelmakers are vastly different.
BMI Industry View
Metals SWOT
Industry Forecast
Steel: On Track To Become Powerhouse
Major Stumbling Blocks In Place
Yet Another Blow From Rupee Woes
  Table: India - Steel Production & Consumption Forecasts (kt)
  Table: India - Steel Industry Historical Data, 2003-2012 (kt)
Aluminium: Struggling To Meet Demand
Consumption Growth Edging Higher
Environmental Concerns A Key Threat
  Table: India - Refined Aluminium Production & Consumption Forecast (kt)
Copper: Output To Slowly Recover
  Table: India - Refined Copper Production Forecast (kt)
Zinc: Structural Surplus To Gradually Decline
  Table: India - Refined Zinc Production Forecast
Regulatory Development
  Table: Political Overview
Commodities Forecast
Commodity Strategy
Steel: Subdued Medium Term Outlook
Aluminium: Despite Recent Upswing, Underperformance To Persist
Copper: No Time To Celebrate Yet
Lead: Outperformance On The Cards
Nickel: Sideways Movement In Weeks Ahead
Zinc: Positive Momentum To Continue
  Table: Select Commodities - Performance & BMI Forecasts
  Table: BMI Commodities Strategy
Steel Price Forecast
  Table: BMI Steel Forecast
Short-Term Outlook
Core View
Global Steel Glut To Persist
Production: Rationalisation In The Long Term
Consumption: Growth Decelerating
Excessive Chinese Exports
Growing Arbitrage Between East & West
Risks To Price Outlook
  Table: Steel Data & Forecasts
  Table: Global Steel Prices By Region & Product, US$/tonne (ave)
Competitive Landscape
  Table: Financial Data Of Key Metal Firms Listed In India
Company Profile
National Aluminium Company (NALCO)
  Table: NALCO - Key Financial Data
Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL)
  Table: SAIL - Key Financial Data
Tata Steel Limited - Q2 2014
Recent Financial Results
  Table: Tata Steel - Key Financial Data
Vedanta Resources
Latest Financial Results
  Table: Vedanta Resources - Key Financial Data
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