COAL INDIA LTD Q4 RESULTS
Havells India expanding or maintaining margins in each biz segment: CMD
We are seeing a little bit of improvement in the last few weeks. In many categories, we may have gained market share. However, it is too early to say how Q4 pans out. Let us see how it works out. We are putting all our investments in brand and distribution. Hopefully things should turn out better in the coming quarters.
This quarter and this year are exceptions for Zee Entertainment: CFO
There was a 5.4% decline in ad revenue. The overall revenue at Rs 2,048....
Market Movers: Kotak Q3 spooks bank pack; Voda, realty stocks up, OIL hit
Reliance Industries was the biggest culprit for Monday’s fall, as i...
Next round of fundraising likely at end of 2020: Shyam Srinivasan, MD & CEO, Federal Bank
Given the external situation, our performance on most counts was something that we take heart from.
Wipro Q3 results: Profit falls 3% to Rs 2,463 cr, firm expects Q4 revenue growth at 0-2%
The board of the company declared an interim dividend of Rs 1 per equity share.
Coal India capex to be Rs 6,900 crore in Q4
The state-owned miner has budgeted a total investment of Rs 10,000 crore for this financial year, and it spent about Rs 3,100 crore in the first nine months of the fiscal. Till November 2019, it had invested about Rs 2,400 crore, and in December it spent another Rs 700 crore.
Global PC shipments grew 2.3% to 70.6 million units in Q4 2019: Gartner
The global PC market grew 2.3 per cent year-on-year in October-December 2019 with shipment totalling 70.6 million units, data from research firm Gartner showed.
Modi's grand coal plan could be up against too big a barrier
India is trying to increase output as new thermal power plants and steel mills boost demand at home even as the world is turning away from the polluting fuel. Last year, the government allowed 100% foreign direct investment in coal extraction amid surging imports and falling output at Coal India. The move didn’t result in any substantial investment.
Analyst Calls: Coal India, JSPL, NTPC, M&M
Daiwa Capital Markets has a buy rating on Coal India with a target price of Rs 290.
US woes and sluggish fin, health arms may mute Cognizant Q4 nos
Analysts expect deal-signings to slow ahead of the US Presidential elections in November, which contributes 85% to Cognizant’s overall revenue. The momentum for large deals has been slower than expected through 2019, analysts said, adding that it is unlikely to have improved in the seasonally weak fourth quarter.
Cyient Q3 revenue drops on one-time client discount; firm cuts jobs
The company’s revenue dropped to $155.2 million, from $165 1 million a year ago.
Monopoly miner to deter investors from coal mining in India
Competition from an Indian state-run monopoly may stymie PM’s efforts to attract investments.
BlackRock profit beats estimates as assets top $7 trillion
A rally in global equity markets and strong inflows across business segments helped the company lure $128.84 billion in new money during the fourth quarter through Dec. 31.
Sterlite Technologies Q3 profit plunges 38% to Rs 91 crore
The company's exceptional items stood at Rs 51 crore in the third quarter of 2019-20.
Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Nifty50 on Wednesday recovered nearly 100 points from the day’s low, as the bulls went ahead to buy the dips.
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