TCS | Tata Steel | Gruh Finance | Suzlon Energy | Vakrangee | HPCL | National Fertilizers | Seshasayee Paper | NBCC | Capital First | NDTV | DCB Bank | NCC | Simplex Infra | Gayatri Projects and Lakshmi Vilas Bank are stocks, which are in the news today. Money Control, 6 days ago
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freight customers like manufacturers of cement, steel and fertilizer and food grains to attract more loadings.DNA, 1 month ago
India is known as the land of festivals. We have Holi, festival of colours, we have Diwali, the festival of lights, we have Eid Al-Fitr. What we don’t have, however, is the festival of baby jumping or of cheese rolling! Yes, these are actual events marked across the world and as Thais get sprayed by elephants in a water fight to mark the Songkran festival, we take a look at the world's quirky, colourful - and downright bizarre - events. They may not be to everyone’s taste, ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Broader market outperformed the frontline indices and also hit their respective all-time highs The Nifty50 index hit a fresh record high at close and the rupee also rose to its strongest level in nearly 17 months on Thursday after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates in US by 25 basis points but sounded less hawkish than expected on future rate hike path. The Nifty index rose as much as 74 points to 9,158, surpassing its previous all-time high of 9,122 hit on March 14, post BJP's UP ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Posted by Equitymaster Share markets in India continued to trade near the dotted line in the afternoon session as investors remained wary ahead of key industrial production (IIP) economic data for December to be released later today. At the closing bell, the ...Equitymaster.com, 2 months ago
Recording gains on all four sessions - the market was closed on Thursday (January 26) for holiday for Republic Day - largely on expectations the finance minister will come out with a growth oriented budget, the key indices Sensex and the Nifty50 ended sharply ...Sify, 2 months ago
Indian IT, Biotech and pharma industries will not be impacted due to Donald Trump's policies as the US is expected to continue "the commerce-related attitude" towards the country, Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers H N Ananth Kumar on Saturday said.The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
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