The company has seen a 2X growth in its gross written premium for 9MFY19 to Rs 316 crore
Managing Director SK Hota said going forward, every quarter is expected to be a better quarter.
JLR is facing stress and it is visible in the EBITDA margins, said SBICap's Mahantesh Sabarad.
'Should be able to reduce NPA to below 12 percent by March 31," said Rakesh Sharma, CEO of IDBI Bank.
Kumar said that the exposure is secured, serviceable and the cash flows are positive
Gagan Banga, Managing Director of Indiabulls Housing Finance, said the company has taken some small developers to the NCLT.
'Expect to be able to continue to drive profitable growth in Q4 and in FY20,' said CEO Vivek Gambhir.
Shoppers Stop crossed Rs 500 crore sales per month for the first time ever in December, CEO Rajiv Suri said.
'We remain interested in inorganic growth, we have the currency and we will continue to evaluate every opportunity that comes our way', HDFC Life's CEO Vibha Padalkar said.
TCS posted a 24 percent YoY rise in profit at Rs 8,105 crore for the third quarter.
Kulkarni said in the past during elections there was no particular pattern visible in the market returns.
There is a broad realisation that public sentiments and considerations that drive state and general elections differ and hence such results cannot be extrapolated, says, Siddharth Bothra, Senior VP and Fund Manager at Motilal Oswal AMC
The Nifty witnessed weakness for the third consecutive day with forming lower highs and lower lows formation and corrected almost 250 points from the weekly high of 10,774
Steps taken by the Finance Ministry are aiding the banking industry in its battle against rising non-performing assets
The company reported weak earnings with a 38 percent fall in the revenue.
Hopeful of large corporate recoveries worth about Rs 2,000 crore from the accounts under insolvency, Bank of India chief Mohapatra is also banking on recovery from assets put up on sale and one-time settlement of NPAs.
SK Hota, the company's MD, added that liquidity was not an issue for retail home loan players.
In an interview with Moneycontrol, Kedar Upadhye, Global Chief Financial Officer of Cipla, talked about the company's strategy going forward.
Umang Vohra, Cipla's Managing Director, said some of the tender businesses are growing 40 percent lower than last year.
On the credit cost, Kumar said for the second quarter is at 1.99 percent, which is in line with the guidance of 2 percent for FY19.
“Last quarter we had fresh slippage of nearly Rs 80 crore which has come down significantly," T Latha, CEO of Dhanlaxmi Bank, said.
The company posted a good set of numbers in Q3.
Mistry said that the individual loan book on even basis was higher by 18 percent and the overall loan book was higher by 17 percent.
The electrical goods company saw a 127 percent YoY revenue growth in EPC segment in Q2
The festive season shifting to Q3 has slowed the pace of growth. However, the company expects a recovery going forward.