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India’s wholesale prices rose lower than anticipated in January, on reducing food prices.
Visa processing company BLS International Services is vying for companies in the e-governance segment.
Credit Suisse sees more than half of India’s bad loans under insolvency resolution in six months.
Flexibility under the new norms to help in coming up with a quick resolution process, IBA CEO says.
The uptrend in growth can be seen from the upcoming financial year itself, Snowman Logistics says.
SBI’s divergences are only a product of mismatched timings, says Chairman Rajnish Kumar.
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Coal India’s profit rises 4.2 percent to Rs 3,005 crore in October-December.
BPCL’s profit fell on weaker refining and marketing margins, despite strong inventory gains.
India remains a long-term “buy” market, but valuations are still elevated, says Fortune Financial’s Vikram Kotak.
“India has become 10% less interesting than whatever it was before,” says well-known fund manager Samir Arora.
“This is a normal correction and we’ve seen it so many times,” Porinju Veliyath said.
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Tata Motor’s profit jumped 13 times in the December ended quarter, but still missed estimates.
The Finance Ministry is actively looking at PSU Bank consolidation, said Jaitley.
The Nikkei India Services Purchasing Managers’ Index rose to 51.7 last month from 50.9 in December.
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The government will also work on training teachers and increasing the number of schools for tribal children.