MUMBAI: State Bank of India and Bharat Petroleum will be among a dozen Indian companies that will join Citigroup and Deutsche Bank in losing money due to their exposure to Swiss franc, which has dramatically appreciated in the past few days after ... Economic Times, 1 week ago
Indian companies hedged; little loss in Swiss Franc swing - The CFO Institute, 1 week ago
SBI, BPCL among Indian cos to be hit by Swiss Franc swing - The CFO Institute, 1 week ago
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* Mahanagar Gas plans to raise $130 million in IPO - sources * Appoints Kotak, Citigroup as bankers for IPO - sourcesBy Abhishek Vishnoi and Indulal PM MUMBAI, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Mahanagar Gas Ltd, a natural gas distributor in India, is looking to ...London South East, 1 week ago Mahanagar Gas to raise $130 mln - sources Reuters India, 1 week ago Mahanagar Gas to raise around $130 mln via IPO - sources Sify, 1 week ago GAIL INDIA : MAHANAGAR GAS TO RAISE Rs800 CRORE VIA IPO 4 Traders, 1 week ago
A file photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan. (PTI) India remains a consensus favourite investment destination for US companies, largely on the back of a Modi-Rajan-Commodities trinity, global financial major ...Financial Express, 1 month ago Now that's what makes India top investment destination! MSN News, 1 month ago PM Narendra Modi and RBI governor Raghuram Rajan magic works Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago Concerns Exist Despite Positive Growth Outlook New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Willem Buiter of Citigroup believes India is back on the reforms path, he adds: "India did better in 2014 than 2013 and I expect that this momentum will be maintained. We've got very sound monetary and exchange rate management. We've got better fiscal ...Money Control, 1 month ago
st of India | New Delhi December 7, 2014 Last Updated at 10:40 IST India has "really surprised" in 2014 and it might do so again next year as the country's GDP figure is expected to pick-up from 5.6 per cent in the current fiscal to 7 per cent in 2016-17, a ...Business Standard, 1 month ago India can surprise in 2015 on factors of production focus: Citigroup Economic Times, 1 month ago India surprised this year, may do so again in 2015: Citigroup Rediff.com, 1 month ago Citigroup planning own IT arm in India The Hindu, 2 months ago
Foreign brokerage continues to be bullish on the Indian market going into 2015. "We expect 2015 to be a good year," said Citi in its India Equity Strategy report, raising the BSE Sensex target to 33,000, an upside of 16 per cent from current levels. ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Citi expects Sensex to hit 33,000 by Dec 2015 Rediff.com, 1 month ago Citigroup raises India's BSE index target to 33,000 Economic Times, 1 month ago
According to Citi, following two years of sub 5% growth, India's GDP is expected to be around 5.6% in 2014-15 and around 6.5% in 2015-16. NEW DELHI: India has "really surprised" in 2014 and it might do so again next year as the country's GDP figure is ...Economic Times, 1 month ago India's economic growth likely to be 5.6% in FY15: Citigroup Business Standard, 2 months ago
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Wall Street biggie Citigroup retained the second position collecting $27 million in a year when i-banking fees declined nearly 13% from $398 million to $347 million. Deutsche, which had a good run in equity and debt market deals, has an 8.9% share. Citigroup, ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Deutsche becomes India's top dealmaker Times of India, 1 month ago Deutsche Bank becomes India's top dealmaker in 2014 Economic Times, 1 month ago
le has been ranked as the best company in terms of 'Employee Health and Wellness' followed by Citigroup and SAP Labs India, says a report. Others in the top ten in the Employee Health and Wellness Rankings include Hewlett Packard India (4th), Happiest Minds ...Business Standard, 2 months ago P&G, Citi top India's first employee, wellness ranking list Economic Times, 2 months ago When it comes to leadership, Indian firms disappoint Rediff.com, 2 months ago Procter and Gamble, Citi top wellness companies Asian Age, 2 months ago
India's current account deficit for the current financial year is expected to be $ 36.7 billion, or 1.8 per cent of GDP, despite a fall in exports and rise in imports, says a Citigroup report. "We maintain our view of FY15 CAD at $ 36.7 billion (1.8 per cent ...The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago India's FY15 CAD estimated at 1.8% of GDP: Citigroup Rediff.com, 2 months ago Citigroup report says CAD in FY15 is estimated to touch $36.7 bn Business Standard, 2 months ago
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