Travel portal Yatra is seeing an uptick in demand and inquiries as the festive season kicks in, despite a sharp fall in the rupee.
IndusInd Bank’s profit missed estimates in the second quarter of financial year 2018-19, as provisions jumped.
Kumble’s ‘Power Bat’, Maersk India accelerator, and a phone that talks for you on Startup Street this week.
Citi expects IT and pharma sectors to perform well in second quarter on the rupee depreciation.
Most brokerages imply a downside risk for TCS while two show an upside.
Jindal Steel & Power to hike steel prices by Rs 2,000 a tonne.
Money is available in the market, but at a higher rate of interest, said Tata Capital’s CEO.
The housing finance company’s Rs 1,734-crore IPO saw 97 percent subscription on its final day of bidding.
Here’s what went on this week on Startup Street.
Election Commission declares polling dates in the five states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh, Mizoram and Telengana
The government cut the excise duty by Rs 1.50 per litre and asked oil retailers to reduce prices by Re 1 per litre.
ICICI Bank board accepts Chanda Kochhar’s request for an early retirement.
Sucheta Dalal, Anil Singhvi, M Damodaran and Rajiv Lall on the next steps for IL&FS.
Infibeam Avenues’ managing director clarifies all market rumours for BloombergQuint after the stock crashed 70% on Friday.
This week on Startup Street, we talk about Awfis, India’s largest co-working space startup, attrition in startups and more.
The Goods and Service Tax Council will form a seven-member committee to debate a national disaster cess.
“The system liquidity is in ample surplus,”assured the RBI today while taking further steps to ensure adequate liquidity.
“There are liquidity concerns but I don’t think there are insolvency concerns in these NBFCs, said Macquarie’s Suresh Ganapathy.
The market is equipped to handle pressures, say asset managers.
How Oyo became India’s most sought-after startup, Google Demo Day’s Indian winner, and Kerala’s push for home-grown startups.
Dewan Housing Finance, Indiabulls Housing Finance say panic because of a default by an NBFC two weeks ago.