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It may take 6 months before old banknotes are wiped out: Emkay

Speaking to CNBC-TV18 Dhananjay Sinha, Head, Institutional Research, Economist and Strategist at Emkay Global Financial Services said that the currency replacement scheme has caused some distress. Money Control, 1 week ago
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Cash crunch shadow on Sensex earnings

Demonetisation could push India Inc's earnings trajectory downwards in a repeat of the fallout of the 2008 global financial crisis, some experts said. After the Lehman crisis, there was a sudden drop in the underlying earnings of the Sensex ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago Earnings demonetisation for Sensex companies  Smart Investor1 week ago Cash crunch due to demonetisation crushes earnings revival hopes  Livemint.com6 days ago Few fireworks in Q2 earnings  Business Standard Motoring1 month ago

India Inc more vulnerable to slowdown than in 2008

Corporate indebtedness is now twice what it was before the global financial crisis; banks' bad loans ratio is 3.5 times higher, reports Krishna Kant/Business StandardIllustration: Uttam Ghosh/ Corporate India and banks are much less prepared for an economic slowdown than they were on the eve of the 2008 global financial crisis based on key ratios. The corporate debt-equity level is now twice that during 2007-2008, while corporate profitability during 2015-2016, as measured by return ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Eight years later, India Inc more vulnerable  Smart Investor6 days ago

India businesses say shock currency swap painful but needed

NEW DELHI - Delivering one of India's biggest-ever economic upsets, Prime Minister Narendra Modi this week declared the bulk of Indian currency notes no longer held any value and told anyone holding those bills to take them to banks. Only those ...
 Alaska Highway News15 hours ago India one of the most cash intensive economies  Livemint.com2 weeks ago Anxious Indians rush to trade in old banknotes in massive currency overhaul  France243 weeks ago India industry say currency swap necessary  Gulf News3 weeks ago

Modi govt yet to match UPA's economic record

GDP the only variable where the current government has kept pace with the previous one The Narendra Modi government needs to grow economy at twice the speed in its second term to catch up with the economic performance of the previous United ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago

Market changes course, but the Street's best and worst top bets don't

Analysts key choices of the best and worst among top stocks seem to have changed little between June and now Mumbai: Even as market trajectory has changed from the half-year ended June to now—from optimism on consumption story driving the market ...
 Livemint.com4 days ago

Aditya Birla Fashion: cash crunch overshadows Q2

The premium brands business remains the pain point and Pantaloons continues to see improvement Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Ltd's lacklustre performance in the September quarter (second quarter or Q2) did no damage to its stock. The stock, which ...
 Livemint.com4 days ago

Demonetisation casts pall on wedding season, apparel sales down 30-40%

Many handloom, powerloom and cottage fabric manufacturers continue to operate largely in cash. Faced with liquidity tightness, consumers are deferring purchases, reports Dilip Kumar Jha from Mumbai. The apparel sector, however, has hailed the overall demonetisation scheme as good for the long term, on expectations of transparency in the entire value chain. Photograph: Krishnendu Halder/Reuters. The $100-billion Indian textile and apparel industry has lost 30-40 per cent of business since the ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago Demonetisation: Apparel sales down 30-40% on liquidity hit but improvement expected  Smart Investor5 days ago

For Bank Nifty, rollover in November is lowest in 17 series

Rollover in percentage terms fell to 61.49% in November, the lowest since the July series of 2015—the lowest in 17 series The jitters seen in November prompted market participants to liquidate their positions. Rollover in Nifty both in terms of ...
 Livemint.com5 days ago

Tata Steel, Liberty House Group set to begin talks for UK assets sale

Tata Steel is seeking an enterprise value of £100 million for its UK speciality steels business Mumbai: Tata Steel UK Ltd is set to begin exclusive talks with the Liberty House Group for a potential sale of its UK speciality steels business at an ...
 Livemint.com5 days ago
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