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Manufacturing companies increased their expenditure on raw materials during Q1 in tandem with the rise in sales. Also, staff cost growth, on a y-o-y basis, accelerated for all sectors during Q1, the data showed.
Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra gets in conversation with Corporate Bureau Chief Prince Thomas to find out what India Inc is expecting from Budget 2020 and how Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman can help the sector.
Moneycontrol's Jerome Anthony gets in conversation with Corporate Bureau Chief Prince Thomas to find out what India Inc is expecting from the government in Budget 2020.
On the whole, the portal has placed a mere 2,528 candidates till December 20.
SEBI asked companies to appoint a female independent director by April 1.
The PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry has suggested a seven-pronged strategy to help India grow at 9-10 percent annually and become a $5 trillion economy by 2023-24.
The government has been looking for ways to cap salaries of independent directors to ensure impartiality, as it is widely believed that higher remuneration tends to dilute the effectiveness of independent directors
This makes the ratio of upgrades to downgrades, or the credit ratio, at a weak 0.9, a against 1.94 a year ago, or 460 upgrades against 237 downgrades, suggesting improvement in credit quality is still some time away.
Mishra said the Tata company would set up 30 model schools while the Odisha Mining Corporation (OMC) and JSPL would construct 25 and ten schools each respectively.
"The economic growth witnessed at the macro-level has not translated into more jobs creation," according to Care Ratings report on 'Employment in the Corporate Sector'.
Amit Chandra of Bain Capital says despite the indices hitting new all-time highs every other day, retail participation in the market has been low.
Considering John-Paul Smith, Global Emerging Market Equity Strategist, DB is a dollar-based investor, 2013 was a bad year in the Indian market. He expects the same volatility to continue in 2014 on the back of elections and also the structural problems plaguing the corporate sector in India.
The Standard & Poor's report said infrastructure-related segments, metals and mining, commercial real estate and construction-related sectors will continue to show a weakness.
Adrian Mowat of JPMorgan says stability in currency and good monsoon will be a positive for India. The corporate sector too has come out with decent set of numbers so far despite it being a fairly choppy period.
The central bank did not put a number to the likely investment intentions by companies this year. Corporate investments in the last fiscal stood at Rs 2,63,400 crore.
Net direct tax collection grew by 15.04 per cent to Rs 2,70,731 crore during April-November period of the current fiscal, with nearly three-fifth coming from the corporate sector.
Tim Ghriskey, CIO, Solaris Asset Management explains that the dilly-dallying among politicians on the resolution of the fiscal cliff is weighing down on the US corporate sector and the GDP. He forecasts the uncertainty and negative impact to the GDP to continue into the last quarter of FY13.
Morgan Stanley’s Chetan Ahya expects the RBI to hike rate another 25 bps in the upcoming policy meet. Speaking to CNBC-TV18, he says that GDP growth is expected come in at 7.2% for FY12.
Criticising big corporates for their reluctance in tapping renewable energy sources, Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh on Friday said they must change their "conservative approach" and the real job of developing green technology has to be done by the corporate sector.