21st May 2018

  • Mid tier I T firms race past  larger peers on valuations
  • Ultratech buys Century textiles’ cement business in share-swap deal
  • Arbitration panel to hear Vodafone plea in Feb 2019
  • Fortis Directors; cut: All eyes on Yes Bank
  • Tariff battle: India may target U S apples, almonds and bikes
  • Petrol, diesel touch all time highs as oil PSUs increase rates
  • UAE Banks to share winsome info with India
  • Dubai shell-companies under lens by Income Tax dept.
  • Damages paid for breach of contract to attract 18 % GST
  • GST roadblocks impact Patanjali’s growth in FY 18
  • PE Team to buy Vishal Mega Mart for Rs 5.5 K Cr
  • Adidas India to open 4-5 Stadium inspired outlets.
  • Sony to make more smart phones and televisions in India
  • Tata’s .JLR takes centre stage at Royal wedding
  • Changing times: Captives bear Indian IT in hiring
  • Myntra reduces losses by 25 % to Rs 655 cr in FY 17
  • Raw Pressery raises Rs 65 Cr from Sequoia, Saama, others
  • Faircent gets nod for P2P lending
  • Foreign investment vehicles of cos. Under Taxmen’s lens
  • Ranbaxy whistleblower petitions PMO to probe illegal approvals.
  • Tier-II cities driving aviation growth: AAI
  • Jaiprakash-JAL- to appeal against NCLT order
  • Hindalco plans to raise Rs 5000 cr to repay bank loans
  • Nifty enjoys support at 10,500 levels says ET
  • Forthcoming NCD issues can offer up to 9.75 % returns-
  • Birla group enters the fray to acquire IDBI Federal life
  • Benefits of longer trading hours will outweigh costs”
  • 5 OUT OF TOP 10 FIRMS LOSE Rs 57333 cr in M cap
  • NPS scheme helps to save tax in several ways-Only seven NPS fund managers at present: ET—Do not base cane prices on FRP : Sugar industry : Sugar falls.
  • US Oil output is rising, that does not mean price will fall : ET
  • Pepper exporters hope centre will scrap Min. Import price to boost trade
  • FPIs in exit mode, pull out Rs 18 K cr in May
  • Top slots fall vacant in nearly 12 PSBs
  • Gold bulls push for the exits on strong dollar : Russian Central Bank adds 17 tons of Gold to its reserves in April. Total crosses 2000 tons

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