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Companies raise Rs 13,000 cr via preferential route in April-August FY17

Companies raise Rs 13,000 cr via preferential route in April-August FY17

Indian firms raised nearly Rs 13,000 crore through issuance of shares to promoters and shareholders on preferential basis during April-August of 2016-17, a slump of 35 percent from the year-ago period.

Fund raising via preferential allotment falls 36% to Rs 11,000 crore

Fund raising via preferential allotment falls 36% to Rs 11,000 crore

Indian firms raised over Rs 11,000 crore through issuance of shares to promoters and shareholders on preferential basis during April-June quarter, a slump of 36 percent from the year-ago period.

Fund raising via preferential allotment falls 36% to Rs 11,000 crore

Fund raising via preferential allotment falls 36% to Rs 11,000 crore

Indian firms raised over Rs 11,000 crore through issuance of shares to promoters and shareholders on preferential basis during April-June quarter, a slump of 36 percent from the year-ago period.

How Brexit will affect Indian IT sector

How Brexit will affect Indian IT sector

The exact nature and extent of the impact - if "Brexit" happens - will emerge over a longer period of two years or more.

Indian firms most optimistic about economic outlook: Report

Indian firms most optimistic about economic outlook: Report

Indian business leaders continue to be the most optimistic lot globally about the country;s economic outlook for the second consecutive quarter owing to a strong GDP growth, recent policy announcements and regulatory changes, says a report.

 

Companies buyback shares Rs 1,700-crore closed in FY16

Indian firms bought back shares worth over Rs 1,700 crore from public in 2015-16, achieving 97 percent of the target.

Companies mop-up Rs 46,000 crore via primary market in April-January FY'16

 Indian firms have raised a staggering Rs 46,000 crore from the primary market route in first ten months of the current fiscal, mainly on account of robust fund mobilisation through initial public offerings.

Indian firms most optimistic about economic recovery: Survey

Indian firms most optimistic about economic recovery: Survey

Indian business leaders have emerged as the most optimistic lot globally about economic recovery in 2016, largely owing to a pro-reforms government, recent policy announcements and regulatory changes, a Grant Thornton report says.

Companies raised Rs 68,608 cr through equities in 2015

Five IPOs had hit the capital market to garner just Rs 1,201 crore in 2014.

FIIs trim stake in 20 Sensex firms in June quarter

Of the 30 Sensex companies, FIIs trimmed stake in 20 stocks while they raised their ownership in remaining 10 firms, an analysis of data available with BSE showed.

'India, US are economic powerhouses helping each other grow'

With a latest report showing that Indian firms are creating thousands of jobs in America and investing billions, India's Ambassador to the US has said the two countries are "economic powerhouses" that are helping each other grow in a dynamic global market place.

British restriction on work visa may disrupt Indian firms: CII

Voicing deep concern over British Prime Minister David Cameron`s recent announcement proposing measures to significantly reduce migration into Britain from non-EU nations, industry chamber CII on Thursday said such a move could disrupt operations of many Indian companies in Britain.

World financial fears keep Asian firms in holding pattern: Survey

Companies in India recorded the steepest fall in confidence, logging 84 from 97 in the previous quarter, as fervour over the election of pro-business Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year gives way to anxiety about whether two rate cuts this year can reignite a sluggish economy.

'Make in India - a jugalbandi of IT and manufacturing skills'

Anand Mahindra, one of India's most well-known entrepreneurs, has defined his vision for the ambitious 'Make in India' initiative as a "jugalbandi" between the country's IT and manufacturing prowess.

More the merrier, expect a 10.8% salary hike this year

Indian companies are expected to offer their employees an average salary hike of 10.8 per cent this year, the highest in the Asia Pacific, and for top performers, it can be 12 per cent, says a report.

Companies raise Rs 1Lakh cr from mkts in Apr; Debt route most preferred

A large chunk of this amount or more than Rs 85,136 crore has been mopped up from debt market, while Rs 20,406 crore has been mobilised via equity route.

Plunging profits, big losses cloud India's growth story

The January-March quarter earnings season has been bad for a host of other companies as well, including public sector giants like NMDC and Coal India which announced their results last week.

Lapsed tenders hurt Modi's 'Make in India' defence industry push

Indian firms have spurned some $15 billion worth of government tenders to make a range of weapons since 2013.

Indian firms sing IPO tune, line up Rs 9,000-cr offers

At present, 11 companies plan to raise Rs 5,010 crore and have secured approval of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), Prime Database managing director Pranav Haldea said.

Indian companies raise $2 bn in debt from Six Swiss Exchange

Some eight Indian firms including six banks raised nearly USD 2 billion in debt from Six Swiss Exchange between 2012-14.