For Vedanta, acquisition of Electrosteel could be value accretive as it has iron ore mines around the latter's plant thus reducing the overall cost
Subhash Garg told a meeting of G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors held on the sidelines of the annual Spring meeting of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
According to Boxofficeindia, October grossed Rs 27.75 crore in its first week which is on the lower side but it did hold well over the weekdays
While releasing the study on ‘Impact of GST on Business, Industry and Exporters', PHD Chamber President Anil Khaitan said that various structural and domestic factors such as after-effects of demonetisation and teething problems of GST have significantly impacted the potential of exports growth.
In just 18 months, demonetisation-like nightmare once again haunted Indians in almost 8 states as it witnessed major cash crunch at a large number of ATMs
The bank has installed 10 windmills having a capacity of 1.5 MW each, including six in Maharashtra, three in Tamil Nadu and one in Gujarat since 2010 and saved over Rs 125 crore in energy costs, an official statement said.
He also assured industry that outstanding issues on Goods and Services Tax would be taken up at the GST Council and would be properly addressed.
Analysts have been relatively positive about the prospects of IT on the back of the BFSI sector picking up and outsourcing from Europe increasing
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"Article 14 of the Constitution can come in case of COCs (committee of creditors) violate IBC (Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code) law, Kumar said while addressing a seminar on 'Business Restructuring-Evolving Legal Issues and Imperatives' organised by PHDCCI.
During the trading week ended today, the total turnover was Rs 7,705.82 crore and the total number of trades was 182.
Net profit stood at Rs 4,799 crore, as against Rs 3,990 crore in corresponding quarter last year, helped by healthy fee income and stable loan growth driven by retail loans
On the domestic front, standard gold (99.5 purity) commenced higher at Rs 31,080 per 10 grams, from last Friday's closing level of Rs 30,820 and later surged to a high of Rs 31,415 before closing at Rs 31,315, showing a rise of Rs 495 per 10 grams, or 1.61 percent.
Any change in norms, however, will be subject to a final decision by the Supreme Court on matters related to Aadhaar, the banking regulator clarified. The changes will have no immediate impact
Transporters said tight availability of trucks in the markets against pick up in cargo movements pushed up centres freight rates for some destinations.
Traders said adequate stocks positions against sporadic demand kept edible and non-edible oil prices flat.
According to the Treasury Secretary, the rise of official bilateral, "plurilateral" and private creditor lending, especially to countries at high risk of debt distress, is complicating debt resolution processes necessary to re-establish debt sustainability.
The move comes against the backdrop of the alleged rape and murder of girls in Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua and Gujarat's Surat district recently.
The revelation comes in the backdrop of a cash crunch being witnessed across various regions in the country as a number of ATMs had gone dry
As of March 31, there were 587 individual products and 189 group products available in the Indian market.
Growth prospects look pretty strong, which is why the Fed is raising short-term interest rates, the two sanguine policymakers explained
Cold weather in the first quarter is among temporary factors blamed for a spell of poor economic readings from Europe and the United States, with some analysts already betting on a rebound in the summer
South Korea today welcomed the decision by the North's leader Kim Jong Un to cease its testing of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.
It is difficult to measure the effects "of a major escalation, but clearly they could be serious," he said.
"We will not be satisfied with a provisional exemption," French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire said on the sidelines of the spring meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.