Volume growth marginally up in Q3: Godrej Consumer
Demand was close to high single digit constant currency sales growth in Indonesia.
Buy Godrej Consumer, price target Rs 720: Kunal Bothra
The analyst suggested a stop loss at Rs 686.
Now, cash recharge option for FASTags
The government will roll out the option of cash recharge for FASTags to accelerate its adoption.
Retail inflation may force RBI to hold rates: Report
The RBI is scheduled to announce its next bi-monthly monetary policy on February 6.
Godrej Consumer Products expects gradual improvement in demand in upcoming quarters
Godrej Consumer Products Limited (GCPL) said sales volume grew marginally higher than mid single digit despite demand in the country impacted by a general consumption slowdown which continues to be challenging.
BMW India boss's success mantra: Follow the consumer to stay relevant
Rudratej Singh spent nearly two decades at Unilever before changing sectors.
Nagpur: Net-metering to continue for solar rooftop consumers
According to the MERC (Grid Interactive Rooftop Renewable Energy Generating Systems Regulations) 2019, it is up to the consumer to decide whether he wants net metering or net billing.
Court rejects Actis plea against call by Super-Max founder
Super-Max on February 8, 2018 moved a requisition to convene an extraordinary general meeting to ratify appointment of the four new directors. It had also sought to appoint an executive chairman for TMPL and amend its articles of association.
Questions for 2020: Will consumers open their wallet?
The easiest fix, many have argued, is to put more money in the hands of the consumer by cutting personal income tax (I-T) in this budget. The assumption being made is that this extra money would then be spent on buying goods and/or services, thereby stoking demand that’s currently in the doldrums.
Two senior Samsung India executives resign
Senior vice presidents, Ranjivjit Singh who was heading mobile phone marketing and Sukesh Jain who was leading the enterprise business, have quit, two senior industry executives said. The exits come at a time when Samsung has been facing competition from the Chinese brigade led by Xiaomi and BBK Group’s four brands - OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo and Realme.
Share market update: Consumer Durables shares trade higher; Symphony rises 2%
The S&P BSE Consumer Durables index was trading 1.14 per cent up at 24,702.22.
Threat of collusion between China, Pakistan maximum in Siachen, Shaksgam Valley: Army Chief General Manoj Naravane
Gen Naravane said that Siachen is strategically important. “That is one area where a formation is looking at both the western and the northern fronts. That is what makes it so strategically important. We must not lose sight that this is where the collusivity can happen. Therefore it is important to be on guard and keep that area in our possession.”
Consumer goods’ festive sales hit a four-year high
Companies say sales aided by pent-up demand, buoyant stocks and 0% interest schemes.
Share market update: Consumer Durables shares trade lower; Titan dips 2%
The S&P BSE Consumer Durables index was trading 0.94 per cent down at 24,351.97.
Mobile phone retailers threaten brands of boycott unless online discounting is stopped
Cellphone retailers under the umbrella of their apex national body, All India Mobile Retailers Association (AIMRA) has informed brands like Xiaomi, Samsung and OnePlus that unless online discounting is controlled, retailers will deduct the difference and sell at online prices and may even consider boycotting the brand altogether.
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