The Tata Motors' annual general meeting (AGM) is slated later today. Watch accompanying video of CNBC-TV18's Utkarsh Chatturvedi to know what to watch out for.
Fortis Healthcare under pressure as promoter create pledge on 25.5 lakh shares.
Huge buying interest seen in non-performing assets (NPAs) from the steel sector taken to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT).
Market regulator Sebi is tightening the noose around the necks of the 331 suspected shell companies it has identified - but while we are waiting for their investigation to yield results, CNBC-TV18's Kevin Lee and Utkarsh Chaturvedi paid a visit to the registered offices of five of these companies in Mumbai.
Today is going to be the test of market's near term texture because we all know that it is a bull market which is going through its first real correction and first genuine scare.
The Ministry of Defence is likely to invite the request for proposal for a single engine fighter aircraft for the Indian Air Force in a month or so.
CNBC-TV18 learns that there is a strong possibility of State Bank of India’s (SBI) MD getting invited to join the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) as a Deputy Governor.
The government is considering linking key welfare schemes with Socio Economic Caste Census (SECC) that was held in 2011. As of now, major welfare schemes like Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme India (MGNREGS) uses BPL-data to identify the key beneficiaries. The move comes after a high-level government panel led by former Finance Secretary Sumit Bose proposed the viability of using Socio Economic Caste Census data for welfare schemes.
The government had extended the goods and services tax (GST) filing period from August 20 to August 25 and CNBC-TV18 learn from sources that 10 lakh tax payers have filed till this morning.
Having seen the data, my sense is that some of the shorts have started to cover and that is always the benefit of a market which are shorts because on Friday as well the market did recover a bit from the low point of the day and 75 percent of the market fall was because of Infosys.
As government intensifies its crackdown on shell companies, over 16,500 firms are under the scanner of the finance ministry. The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) of the ministry has drawn up a list of firms suspected to be involved in money laundering or tax evasion.
What the US market action overnight has done is that it has again brought back fear into the market and fear is the stronger emotion than greed. There is a possibility and high probability of market having a trend day today.
Power Finance Corporation (PFC) surges in trade post the management commentary on conference call.
CNBC-TV18 learns from sources that Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) is conducting massive operation against non-tax filers.
There could be around 75,000 crore worth liquidity going into the telecom industry.
BEML is up about 8 percent and the key trigger for the stock is the strategic divestment that the government is planning.
CNBC-TV18 understands that lenders are holding the first meeting with the IRP or the insolvency resolution professional for Alok Industries.
Today is weekly options expiry on the Bank Nifty, the highest open interest is at 24,700 Call, my sense is that the risk reward might just be in your favour to take some calls.
Infosys will consider buyback on August 19. Watch accompanying video of CNBC-TV18’s Varinder Bansal for more details.
Watch Manisha Gupta of CNBC-TV18 updating us on all the action from commodities and currency space.
In what can be a big boost for fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies including Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL), Marico and Dabur India, government run Canteen Stores Department (CSD), which serves defence personnel and is the single largest client for most consumer goods companies, is set to plan a massive online expansion.
CNBC-TV18 learn from sources that the cabinet is likely to take up new scheme for area-based exemptions under goods and services tax (GST) today.
Private sector banker Neeraj Gambhir of Nomura is in the fray for role of Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
Sweden's defence and security giant SAAB has publicly expressed its intention to not just offer its next generation fighter aircraft to the Indian Air Force but has also proposed to make the single engine fighter aircraft in India. On offer is the "Gripen E" which is a variant of Gripen N-G.
Geopolitical concerns, which lead to corrections normally are the best buying opportunities especially in a bull market and once again this has been a lesson in portfolio management.