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Govt to bear entire LPG subsidy for FY16

In a strong push to upstream oil companies, the government has decided to bear the entire domestic cooking gas subsidy in 2015-16, report Siddhartha P Saikia & Prasanta Sahu in New Delhi. The upstream players would, however, have to bear a part of ... Financial Express, 1 day ago

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New Age Bangladesh, 4 months ago

Correction a good opportunity to enter cement stocks

Shares of cement companies, which saw a major up move in the run-up to the budget on expectations that boost to infrastructure sector will lead to higher demand, have corrected since then. Lower demand as well as realisations that prevailed in the ...
 Business Standard India3 days ago

Pakistan Refinery Limited

, a player in the downstream oil and gas sector, was incorporated as a public limited company more than 50 years ago; it is listed on the two stock exchanges, KSE and LSE. The hydro-skimming refinery designed with the ability to process local and ...
 Business Recorder2 days ago

VRL Logistics: Take the ride

VRL Logistics plans to raise up to Rs 468 crore from a mixture of offer-for-sale and new shares. From an issue of the latter worth Rs 117 crore, VRL intends to buy trucks worth Rs 67 crore and repay borrowings (Rs 28 crore); the rest is for general ...
 Smart Investor3 days ago
Millennium Post

India looks to do better in testing times

As an emerging economy, it is assumed that India will outshine its peers, notably China. The nation's growth rate is slated to rise by 7.5 per cent in 2015-16, mainly from an expected pick-up in investments due to policy reforms and lower oil ...
 Millennium Post3 days ago

GLOBAL OUTLOOK-2015: INDIA LOOKS TO DO BETTER AMID COMPLEX CHALLENGES

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter BUT GROWTH ESTIMATES REST ON A RANGE OF REFORMS By S Sethuraman As a leading emerging economy, India is assumed to outshine its peers, notably China, in growth at 7.5 per cent this ...
 IPA Newspack.com4 days ago
Livemint.com

IT firms may post muted dollar revenue growth

Since IT budget cycles of clients follow the January-December cycle, and budget allocations take place in the first couple of months, IT spending picks up as the year progresses. Photo: Mint India's software services companies may see a drop in ...
 Livemint.com4 days ago

Rs 10,000-cr spending cut helped meet FY15 fiscal deficit target

The central government has likely achieved the fiscal deficit target of 4.1% of GDP in FY15 through a mix of additional spending cuts over the revised estimate and higher non-tax revenue receipts, sources said. The government likely cut ...
 Financial Express4 days ago
KiniBiz

Poh Huat: Success in a cyclical sector

Amid the cyclical Malaysian furniture scene, Poh Huat Resources Holdings Bhd has been faring well in its export markets and its share price on Bursa appears to be on the uptrend. KiniBiz takes a closer look at the Muar-based furniture maker. ...
 KiniBiz5 days ago
Seeking Alpha

Intelligent Strategies And Future Centric Approach Earn Rite Aid A Bullish Thesis

Apr. 12, 2015 3:35 AM ET | About: Rite Aid Corporation (RAD) by: Summary Company has strong growth potential and intelligent strategies lined-up to fuel its future growth. Efforts to improve image as health and wellness service provider ...
 Seeking Alpha6 days ago
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