Rashesh Shah, chairman and CEO, Edelweiss Financial Services believes SAIL's offer for sale (OFS) pricing should have been around Rs 80-81 per share. He expects Coal India and ONGC to raise Rs 40,000 crore. Money Control, 1 week ago
Broking share in revenue pie won't be more than 10%: Rashesh Shah - Business Standard, 2 months ago
Edelweiss Financial Services Q2 net profit increases - Individual.com, 1 month ago
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India Inc can take care of itself even without the government's overt help. This is not true of the average Indian. Let's focus on the Modi agenda for the common man, rather than on the Modi agenda fo Rashesh Shah November 8, 2014 Last Updated at 21:49 IST ...Business Standard, 1 month ago The common man needs Modi more than India Inc does Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Rashesh Shah also expects private banks and manufacturing companies to come back into the portfolio.Money Control, 1 month ago
Top honchos Ajit Gulabchand of HCC, Harsh Mariwala of Marico, Nirmal Jain of India Infoline and Chanda Kochhar ICICI Bank too bag awards at the event The curtains for India's Best Market Analyst Awards 2014 were finally drawn at a grand gala ...DNA India, 2 days ago
Careers in finance usually deal with helping the wealthy invest their money for even better returns. But Vidya Shah, former Chief Financial Officer of the Edelweiss Group is helping the affluent give away that wealth. As Chief Executive Officer of ...Hindu Business Line, 3 days ago
A drunk driver terrorized the streets of Ahmedabad by causing five accidents in city's three prime localities on Sunday morning. The man driving a Ford Figo first hit a cyclist Kaushik Parmar near Sal Hospital around 9.45 am and escaped. Parmar, ...AhmedabadMirror.com, 4 days ago
Pic Courtesy: - Z Zee Media Bureau Mumbai: Zee Business, part of Zee Media Corporation Ltd - India's largest news network, organised the fifth edition of India's Best Market Analyst Awards on Saturday at The Lalit in Mumbai. The awards were ...ZeeNews.com, 4 days ago
Spice-Jet's decision to reduce its fleet size and cut down on flights to address its working capital woes has prompted investors to compare its fate with that of now-defunct Kingfisher Airlines. While SpiceJet's future prospects depend to a great ...Economic Times, 5 days ago
MUMBAI:In times of crisis, some companies batten down the hatches, strip away the frills and focus on the essentials to survive. Others diversify, and thrive, as did domestic financial services companies such as JM Financial, Centrum Capital, ...Economic Times, 1 week ago JM Financial : Financial Services Companies Diversify Business to Minimise Risks 4 Traders, 6 days ago
Falling jet fuel prices, stable rupee signal lower losses Abhineet Kumar | Mumbai December 4, 2014 Last Updated at 00:49 IST Ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala may have seen the beginning of a turnaround for debt-ridden SpiceJet when he bought a 1.4 ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago What led Jhunjhunwala to invest in SpiceJet Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago Debt-ridden SpiceJet may see beginning of a turnaround Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
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