ASHIANA ISPAT LTD Q3 RESULTS
Kamdhenu Ispat Q3 net profit up 33%
Kamdhenu Ispat today said its net profit for the October-December quarter went up by 33 per cent to Rs 1.63 crore on account of a nearly 82 per cent hike in total income.
Ashiana Housing Q3 profit jumps 111%
The company recorded an equivalent area constructed of 3.96 lakh sq. ft. for the third quarter as compared to the 3.05 lakh sq. ft. in the previous quarter.
JSW Steel reports Q3 net profit of Rs 466.49 crore
Riding on a 51 per cent jump in sales, JSW Steel reported a consolidated net profit of Rs ...
Expect housing market to remain sluggish for another 6-9 months: Vishal Gupta, Ashiana Housing
"I do not see a significant upside in prices in the next six to nine-month period."
JSW Steel posts Q3 loss of Rs 48 cr
The company had reported a consolidated net profit of Rs 291.72 crore during the October-December quarter in 2010-11.
Twenty stocks in focus in Friday morning trade
Indian shares are expected to trade in a range. Here is a list of twenty stocks that are likely to be in action in morning trade today.
Government to take call on Nalco stake sale in January: P Chidambaram
The government will take a call on 12.5 per cent stake sale in aluminium major Nalco in January after the company's third quarter (October-December) financial results.
Nalco disinvestment deferred on valuation concerns; govt plans to sell equity in HAL
The government has deferred stake sale in state-run aluminium company Nalco after its poor second-quarter performance raised valuation concerns.
Stocks on the move: HCC, TCS, Infosys, JSW Steel, Axis Bank
Hindustan Construction fell sharply by 4 per cent in early trade on the Bombay Stock Exchange.
What changed your markets while you were sleeping
FPIs sold Rs 125 crore crore worth of domestic stocks on Friday.
Top ten stocks that have plunged up to 86% since March; here's what investors should do
Both Sensex and Nifty might have slipped a little over 10 per cent since March when both indices created their top for the year 2015.
Steel industry wants more liquidity to boost demand
Steel producers like SAIL, Tata Steel, JSW, Essar and Ispat on Tuesday asked the government to pump in more liquidity into the system to stimulate demand for the commodity from sectors like automobile and construction.
Brokerages cautiously positive on Infosys
Networth and Emkay have maintained an 'accumulate' on the stock, Religare 'hold' and Prabhudas Lilladher 'market performer'. Rel Power IPO | Special: Gold glitters!
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