Gas volume is expected to improve after the Supreme Court’s decision and the Delhi government’s initiative to promote natural gas as preferred fuel.
The sharp fall in the currency of the second largest Latin American country prompted investors to sell the stock of Bajaj Auto.
According to a Bank of America study, the four major central banks will expand their balance sheets to $13.5 trillion by 2017 from $11 trillion now.
Supreme Court’s decision to ban trucks registered prior 2005 in Delhi may boost replacement demand for medium and heavy commercial vehicles.
The ban will not have material impact on M&M’s financials as it derived only about 4% sales from the region in the first half of FY16.
The average gross margin of the top-listed companies has improved in the past four years to 30.4% in the September 2015 quarter from 25.2% in FY12.
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Rise in bond funds’ average yield will add to developing countries’ woes as they will have to pay more interest.
Diesel cars typically fetch about Rs 1-1.5 lakh premium over petrol variants and enjoy higher margins. The ban will reduce automakers’ margins.
The order comes after the Delhi government decided to restrict private cars in the city through an odd-even formula to contain pollution.
India’s earnings downgrade cycle may be nearing its end as the low base effect kicks in from the Q3 and the commodity plunge cools off after a turbulent year.
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