India is the third-largest oil-consuming nation in the world after the US and China.
In fuel marketing, the company has given 49 per cent stake to BP for Rs 7,000 crore.
RIL invested Rs 1.32 lakh crore – another record in the sixyear period.
The company is investing more than its cash profits — resulting in debt build up.
The correlation between the MSCI EM index and China’s yuan reached a negative 0.66.
The company follows the ‘hub and spoke’ model wherein it manages design from India.
RE volumes declined 19 per cent to 2.37 lakh units in the first four months of FY20.
The carmaker that sells one in two cars running in India might slash one shift even at the Manesar plant.
Narrowing margins, demand slump and policy surprises are hurting the stock.
Its volumes fell 17.9 per cent to 4,02,594 units in the June quarter.
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