"We are cautiously optimistic. The reason why we are cautious is that we do not have a crystal ball. Many of the factors like high cost of acquisition, confusion related to BS-IV and BS-VI, issues related to finance norms and liquidity etc, continue to be there," MSI Executive Director (Marketing & Sales) Shashank Srivastava told PTI.
CEO Nasser also said Aramco had been meeting investors locally and internationally and that the local listing would strengthen the Saudi bourse
On November 1, Yes Bank reported a net loss of Rs 600 crore for the July-September quarter
SC had earlier upheld DoT's contention that non-telecom revenues should be part of the annual Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) -- a percentage of which is paid to the government as statutory dues
In July 2018, JSPL had bagged from Indian railways an order to supply one lakh tonne of rails. In February 2019, the company was again given an additional order of about 30,000 tonne long rails from the national transporter.
The four companies had submitted their initial bids in response to an 'expression of interest' floated by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (Irdai) in August.
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Althought Fitbit was among the first to popularise the fitness band, a survey by research firm IDC for the second quarter of 2019 found Fitbit in fourth place in a market led by China's Xiaomi leading the global market, followed by Apple -- which makes the leading smartwarch -- and Chinese-based Huawei.
Bank deposits are less risky than other classes of investments and suits those investors who are risk averse.
Moneycontrol's Jerome Anthony talks to Corporate Bureau Chief Prince Thomas about what transpired in the sector this week.
The size of the QIP is reportedly about Rs 8,500 crore and its price band is likely to be between Rs 3,810–3,900 per share.
A lower tax came as a boon, pipeline commissioning remains an overhang
This is nearly 40 percent of its fleet. If not complied with, the airline won't be allowed to fly without modified engines
Last month, WeWork India announced that it would raise USD 200 million (around Rs 1,400 crore) by December to expand business and expects to be profitable at the entity level in one year.
The lender will issue 1,64,13,79,310 shares to the government at a price of Rs 10.15 per share against capital infusion of Rs 1,666 crore, the bank said in a regulatory filing.
Domestic sales were down 6 percent at 11,866 units as compared to 12,606 units in the corresponding month last year, down 6 percent, the company added.
The company had sold a total of 13,140 units in the same month last year, Escorts Ltd said in a regulatory filing.
The company had temporarily suspended bookings in July after receiving orders for around 21,000 units. It re-opened bookings on September 29 with plans, backed by its plans to ramp up production.
Current MD & CEO Romesh Sobti's term ends on March 23, 2020.
Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra gets in conversation with Priyanka Sahay to get an insight of what e-commerce giant Amazon could be planning in India.
The company aims to have a simpler balance sheet, less debt and more margins by end of FY20.
The private lender said that the capital infusion via issuance of fresh equity shares would be subject to regulatory approvals.