Aavas Financiers shares make weak debut, drop 6%
The stock had listed at Rs 750, a discount of 8.64 per cent from the issue price.
Aavas Financiers off to a tepid D-Street debut, lists at 7.7% discount to issue price
The Rs 1,734-crore initial public offer was subscribed 97 per cent.
Australia shares rise as banks brush aside scathing inquiry report; NZ also up
The benchmark posted a gain of 0.2 per cent for the quarter.
Aavas Financiers IPO subscribed 29% on Day 2
Price band for the offer has been fixed at Rs 818-821 per share.
Gold climbs towards 3-month peak as equity rout sparks safe-haven rush
US gold futures were up 0.7 per cent at $1,239.70 an ounce.
CEAT sops spark hope of big-ticket investments in Tamil Nadu
The sops for the tyre maker have raised expectations of revised deals for the state’s existing manufacturers, but industrialists say that a one size-fits-all approach may not work.
Australian shares slip as trade war hits materials and energy stocks; NZ flat
Energy stocks also fell as the Sino-US trade war clouded the oil demand outlook.
Data localisation: Sparking complaints of bias, US companies seek 12 months time from RBI
Closed-door meeting sparks complaints of bias along with a demand for an extension to today's deadline.
Brent crude eyes a spark, Opec meet to be next big driver
Investors in Brent cut their net long positions in the week by 13,810 contracts to 4,38,186.
Aussie shares end lower on banks and miners; NZ down
A sell-off in Chinese iron ore futures led to a weakness in mining stocks.
Australian shares end losing run as banks, energy firms bounce; NZ up 2 pct
Index heavyweight Commonwealth Bank of Australia firmed 1.6 per cent
Australian shares knocked by trade worries, financial sector woes; NZ bounce
Energy stocks were the biggest drags, after Whitehaven Coal slid 7.6 per cent, with the stock trading ex-dividend.
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