Dollar-denominated bonds of Indian companies are finding favour with non-resident Indians (NRIs) thanks to higher returns from these instruments.
With content costs under control and the trend in subscriber additions robust, operating performance of Dish TV, India’s largest direct to home (DTH) player, is expected to be strong in the coming quarters.
Robust growth in volumes and Ebitda (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation) margin, and good traction in international business were the key highlights of Dabur India's June quarter results.
Steel sector has seen its first casualty. Lenders have taken over control of Kolkata based Electrosteel Steels after the Reserve Bank of India cleared the path for banks to take over management of companies.
Shares of public sector (PSU) banks continued to reel under pressure on Wednesday, trading at their fresh 52-week lows on the bourses after reporting a weak set of numbers for April-June (Q1FY16) quarter.
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Tata Motors is suffering from what is known as the ‘falling knife’ syndrome in stock market parlance. The stock has fallen 15.4 per cent over the past month and nearly 40 per cent from this year's high.
The trend following school of technicians generally prefers commodity futures to most other financial instruments.
The benchmark for mainland stocks would sink to 3,200, after plunging 8.5 per cent to 3725.56 on Monday, the worst sell-off in eight years, DeMark said on Monday. That would extend its decline since a June 12 peak to 38 per cent.
China's gold imports could fall as much as 40 per cent this year as demand for bullion used to back domestic financing deals decreases, the world's biggest refiner Valcambi said.
Several equity mutual funds have recently announced dividend payouts.
The week started badly, and the epicentre of bad news was China. On Mon-day the Shanghai Composite Index lost 8.5 per cent, its second worst day ever, erasing virtually all of the gains from the previous two weeks of all-out government support.
Rajesh Exports (REL) shares made a new high of Rs 556 apiece on Tuesday following its acquisition of Valcambi, the world’s largest precious metals’ refinery, for $400 million or about Rs 2,600 crore.
The new draft Indian Financial Code (IFC), specifically its proposed structure for the apex monetary policy committee (MPC) of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), is being viewed as an attempt by the government to strip the RBI of its powers and compromise
The Indian software industry is again at an inflection point; and, going by its history, it will successfully evolve.
In the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI's) June policy announcement, concerns about resurgent food inflation were highlighted, which led to a very cautious guidance about the prospects for further policy rate cuts.
Baidu's reinvention needs a roadmap to profit. The Chinese search engine giant has begun to explain its big bets on "online-to-offline" services. There's promise, but competition is fierce and subsidies are rife.
There have been a number of articles in newspapers recently comparing national account estimates with those from corporate data pointing out that there is fall in the rate of growth in profitability and sales of listed companies and therefore, higher
The real estate sector presents a daunting picture with revival prospects appearing to be bleak. Inventories of leading firms, mostly listed, as at the end of the last financial year stand at a colossal Rs 70,000 crore, representing 30 months' sale.
BP is making the best of a bad situation. There is clear progress on bringing down costs and capital expenditure. But with the oil price at nearly a six-month low of $53 a barrel for Brent crude, it's only going to get harder for the UK oil major.