NSE considers caps on Nifty's sector weights; move may hit financial stocks
NSE is considering capping sectoral weights in the benchmark Nifty50 index, a move that could trigger a sell-off in financial stocks. Read on...
Jaypee Infra lenders reject Suraksha bid; NBCC top choice for homebuyers
The wait for the 25,000-odd homebuyers of the beleaguered Jaypee Group projects is set to become longer. Read on...
Govt likely to allot Jet Airways' overseas traffic rights to other airlines
HUL reports lowest volume growth in six quarters as rural show disappoints
HUL, the country’s largest consumer goods company, reported its lowest volume growth in six quarters for the January-March period, on the back of moderation in rural demand. Read on...
Former Bhushan Steel CFO Nitin Johri arrested for fraudulent practices
HUL navigated a challenging March quarter as the sector witnessed a slowdown. In a press conference, Chairman and Managing Director Sanjiv Mehta responded to questions from Viveat Susan Pinto on what lies ahead for the company. Read on...
EPFO exposure to RCap at Rs 2,500 crore, LIC's Rs 3,900 crore: Report
EPFO has an exposure of Rs 2,500 crore to Reliance Capital which is facing liquidity problems with its cash and bank balances falling to Rs 11 crore as on March 18, 2019. Read on...
8.5% interest rate for AAA-rated REC bonds stirs up market participants
The deal is unusual because just two days ago, NTPC, another AAA-rated government firm, raised a three-year fund at 7.93%. Read on...
Despite Shoppers Stop’s (SSL) optically expensive valuations, the stock is a good pick
Shoppers Stop’s (SSL) margins showed some signs of improvement in spite of a subdued top-line performance in Q4 FY19. Network expansion, a change in product portfolio and measures to attract more store footfalls should work in favour of the company. Despite its optically expensive valuations, the stock is a good pick, reports Moneycontrol.
Now, only Indian firms can access VAHAN big data and for a fee
Now, only Indian firms can access VAHAN big data and for a fee, reports Hindu BusinessLine.