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Amtek reports loss of Rs 2,533 crore in FY17
Business Standard

Amtek reports loss of Rs 2,533 crore in FY17

The steep loss is mainly on account of a high finance cost of Rs 1,305 crore for the year June 10, 2017 Last Updated at 22:18 IST A worker at Amtek Auto Debt ridden auto component maker Amtek Auto has reported a consolidated loss of Rs 2,533 crore for the ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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New Zealand Herald, 4 months ago
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Q4 results: Reliance Communications incurs loss of Rs 948 crore on account of disruptive pricing, competition

RCom said the telecom sector has been adversely affected on account of "free offers, disruptive pricing and hypercompetition."
 DNA1 month ago

BS-III fire sales to hit bike firms in Q4

According to a report by ratings agency Icra, the total loss for the two-wheeler industry on account of the discounts offered during March 30-31, 2017, is estimated to be around Rs 600 cr
 DNA1 month ago BS-III vehicles ban: Two-wheeler industry took Rs 600cr hit  Business Standard1 month ago

Magma Fincorp posts Q4 loss of Rs 122 cr on bad loans

NBFC firm Magma Fincorp reported a loss of Rs 122 crore for the March quarter of last fiscal on account of bad loans.
 DNA1 month ago

Whoa! Bug in UPI has resulted in loss of 25 crores to Bank of Maharashtra

Rs 25 crore has been moved out of Bank of Maharashtra (BoM) accounts due to a bug in its UPI application. The post Whoa! Bug in UPI has resulted in loss of 25 crores to Bank of Maharashtra appeared first on NextBigWhat .
 Pluggd in2 months ago

Fujifilm flags bigger loss from improper accounting at overseas units

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Fujifilm Holdings Corp said on Monday it now estimates the impact of improper accounting at its overseas units at a 37.5 billion yen ($340 million) loss for the past few years, up from the 22 billion yen loss it had flagged in April.
 Sify2 weeks ago Fujifilm shares fall after media reports accounting problem found in Australia, Japan  Sify2 weeks ago

Genetic mutation behind vision loss in children identified

Scientists have identified a genetic mutation that causes part of the eye to be missing at birth - a condition accounting for up to 10 per cent of all childhood blindness.
 DNA1 month ago Gene study sheds light on causes of childhood sight loss  Business Standard1 month ago

IndAS switch to impact banks' earnings, return on equity

The loan loss provisioning as required by the new Indian Accounting Standards (IndAS) is expected to have a significant impact on banks' earnings and return on equity. Financial year 2017-18 will be the first one where they will be required to report their ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

FIFA announces $369 million loss

World governing body blamed cost of investigating scandals, bad investments and accounting changes
 Business Standard2 months ago FIFA announces USD 369 million loss with worse to come  DNA2 months ago

Tesco logs 40m annual net loss on accounting scandal

Supermarket giant Tesco revealed today that it fell into an annual net loss of 40 million due to a costly accounting scandal at Britain's biggest retailer.
 DNA2 months ago
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