From consumption to construction, India remains one of the only markets with cyclical growth still on the upcycle.
Jet Airways’ loss will be IndiGo’s gain, says Morgan Stanley.
Excluding the inventory gains, the core operational business of these companies took a hit during April-June.
Some of this positives were offset by higher foreign exchange losses due to adverse rupee movement during the quarter.
Africa listing to give flexibility to Bharti Airtel’s balance sheet, says Singapore Telecommunications.
Shrimp realisations dropped for the eight-consecutive month.
HSBC cut its target price for Jet Airways to Rs 150, a potential downside of more than 50 percent.
Jet Airways is the worst performing airline company in 2018.
Bloomberg consensus target price for ONGC suggest a return potential of 36 percent
A 20-59% lower reserve price for the next spectrum sale may still find few takers.
Reliance Jio had the best first quarter among peers, while Idea Cellular fared the worst.
IndiGo’s first quarter net profit plunged 97 percent due to higher fuel cost, lower yields, rupee depreciation and other expenses.
Reliance Industries’ first quarter earnings remained ahead of analyst estimates.
Truckers strike hurts supply chain of automobiles to consumer goods makers.
HDFC and Standard Life will gain 56-73 times their investment in the company.
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways said all new and old trucks are covered under revised norms.
The mobile services operator lost the most number of subscribers in May.
Owner of brands ‘W’ and ‘Aurelia’ plans to raise Rs 1,125 crore by selling 1.6 crore shares at Rs 714-716 apiece.
More than 85 lakh active clients traded on the country’s largest bourse as on June 30.
Bharti Airtel has liabilities worth Rs 71,460 crore maturing in financial year through March 2019.
PC Jeweller withdraws a proposal to buy back shares worth Rs 424 crore from shareholders.