Blue Star fears coronavirus may affect April production
China supplies several components for air conditioners made in India. Shortage of these components could affect AC production in India. "We are well stocked till the first week of April. But unless the supply from China is restored in the next couple of weeks, we could face a challenge in the production front after that," said C P Mukundan Menon of Blue Star.
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Share market update: FMCG shares trade lower; ITC down 7%
The Nifty FMCG index was trading 5.58 per cent down at 26512.7.
India's crude steel production drops 3 pc to 9.3 MT in January: Report
Crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to the association was 154.4 million tonnes (MT) in January 2020, a 2.1 per cent increase compared to January 2019, report said. The world's largest steel producing country, China, reported a crude steel output of 84.3 MT in January, an increase of 7.2 per cent compared to the year-ago period.
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View: Rupee likely to trade in 70.80-71.80 range
Lack of cues on the domestic front could keep volatility low in the currency.
VE Commercial Vehicle to go ahead with Bhopal plant investment, production to begin in April 2020
“Dealers are defensive, financers are defensive and so are automakers. As a result, there has been hardly any pre-buy. We expect the same to continue in March. Hence, the demand should be much better in the next financial year than expected earlier,” Vinod Aggarwal, managing director said.
Panasonic poised to withdraw from solar cell production at Tesla's NY plant
The move would come as the Japanese electronics company scrambles to divest of unprofitable businesses as its strategic shift to components from consumer electronics struggles to drive profit growth.
A progressive move: Scotland to approve free sanitary products for women
Scotland was the first government in the world to provide free sanitary products in schools, colleges and universities.
Govt pegs 18% lower sugar output to 26.3 million tonne for 2019-20
Mills have produced 19.48 mt of sugar till February of the marketing year 2019-20 (October-September), according to the industry body ISMA. The sugar production in the current 2019-20 season is estimated to be about 27.3 mt vis-a-vis 33.13 mt achieved in last sugar season 2018-19 which is down by about 18 per cent.
Corona scare: Xiaomi won’t host any on-ground product launches, MD tweets brand exercising ‘caution’
Manu Jain posted a note on Twitter.
Tata Consumer Products hopes to grow faster than FMCG sector
"This year we grew at 8%, which was virtually double of what the consumer products industry had grown," said Amit Chincholikar, global chief human resources officer of TCPL. On February 10, TCPL became a combined entity of four verticals by adding food to its existing ones of beverages, water and international business.
F&O: India Vix on verge of trendline breakout; Nifty range shifts lower
India VIX fell 0.60 per cent to 16.89 levels.
Why don't people buy environment-friendly products like green crackers and cars? Here is a clue
According to a research conducted by University of East Anglia (UEA) and University of Leeds, people skip green products because of doubts over performance ability associated with green products, whereby consumers perceive them as being less effective.
Bond yields slips to 11-year low; kindles hopes of rate cut with oil prices falling
While the outbreak of Covid-19 stoked investor fear pointing to global growth slowdown, oil producing countries are now engaged in an all-out price war by raising outputs.
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