Monday, 19 February 2018

Binani Industries approaches to NCLT over Binani Cement sale

NEW DELHI: Binani Industries has approached the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) seeking permission to participate in the decision making process for the sale of its debt ridden subsidiary Binani Cement Ltd by the Committee of Creditors. Read more here: Binani Industries approaches to NCLT over Binani Cement sale
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SpringRole appoints Alex Waters as advisor

BENGALURU: SpringRole, the Bengaluru-based online reputation network powered by artificial intelligence and blockchain technology, has appointed Alex Waters, co-founder and head of ELM Labs, as an advisor. Read more here: SpringRole appoints Alex Waters as advisor
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Tata Steel, JSW-Piramal JV bid for Bhushan Steel

Debt-laden Bhushan Steel Ltd today said Tata Steel, JSW Living Pvt Ltd and a consortium of the company’s own employees have submitted bids to take over its assets. Read more here: Tata Steel, JSW-Piramal JV bid for Bhushan Steel
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At lower points, expect FIIs to start buying good Indian stocks: Sanjeev Zarbade, Kotak Securities

Talking to ET Now, Sanjeev Zarbade , Vice President-PCG Research, Kotak Securities , says would be more positive on large-cap companies. He finds midcap spacy quite frothy. The overall markets are coming under quite a bit of pressure. Read more here: At lower points, expect FIIs to start buying good Indian stocks: Sanjeev Zarbade, Kotak Securities
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Market giving PSU banks a step-motherly treatment right now: Yogesh Mehta, Motilal Oswal Securities

Talking to ET Now, Yogesh Mehta, Motilal Oswal Securities , says already PSU banks have piled up huge NPAs. Barring one or two, the rest all are still bleeding. The price action is indicating that nobody is interested in buying PSU banks. Read more here: Market giving PSU banks a step-motherly treatment right now: Yogesh Mehta, Motilal Oswal Securities
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At lower points, expect FIIs to start buying good Indian stocks: Sanjeev Zarbade, Kotak Securities

Talking to ET Now, Sanjeev Zarbade , Vice President-PCG Research, Kotak Securities , says would be more positive on large-cap companies. He finds midcap spacy quite frothy. The overall markets are coming under quite a bit of pressure. Read more here: At lower points, expect FIIs to start buying good Indian stocks: Sanjeev Zarbade, Kotak Securities
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Pay utility bills now with Google 'Tez'

NEW DELHI: Google India on Monday announced that people can now pay water, electricity, DTH and mobile bills with its “Tez” digital payment app without any transaction charges. Read more here: Pay utility bills now with Google ‘Tez’
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Nasscom launches platform FutureSkills to reskill 2 million IT workers

BENGALURU: The National Association of Software and Services Companies launched a platform - FutureSkills - through which is hopes to reskill two million existing IT employees and another two million potential employees and students over the next few years. Read more here: Nasscom launches platform FutureSkills to reskill 2 million IT workers
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Why Mark Mobius still prefers govt-owned cos in India & China

In an exclusive interview with ET Now, Mark Mobius , Former Executive Chairman, Templeton Emerging Market Group , says it is going to be more about which consumer stocks are utilising the new technology, which banks are using fintech and that is the kind of thing we have to look at. Read more here: Why Mark Mobius still prefers govt-owned cos in India & China
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E-retailing may log in 2.5 times growth in three years

MUMBAI: The booming e-retail market is likely to surge over twofold over the next three years, as players will be forced to shift their focus from discounts to consolidation, geographical diversification, business realignment and enhancing customer stickiness, says a report. Read more here: E-retailing may log in 2.5 times growth in three years
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