TARA CHAND LOGISTIC SOLUTIONS LTD Q4 RESULTS
Hinduja Global Solutions Q4 profit rises 6% to Rs 55 crore
Shares of HGS were trading at Rs 660 apiece, up 2.40 per cent, on BSE.
Tara Chand Logistic IPO to open on March 13
Hem Securities is the lead manager to the initial public offer.
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Analysts’ views on how to trade Maruti Suzuki ahead of Q4 results
The stock has rallied over 24 pc so far in April, as compared to 7.6 pc rise in the S&P BSE Auto Index and 3 pc gain in Sensex.
Bullish private equity firms invest in India’s logistics story
According to real estate consultancy firm JLL India, in 2015 the sector received Rs 1,438 crore in investment through two major deals.
Tech Mahindra Q4 net dips 8 per cent to Rs 630.7 crore
Country's fifth largest IT firm Tech Mahindra said its net profit has declined 8.1 per cent to Rs 630.7 crore for the quarter
Transport Corporation of India standalone net dips 12.5% in Q4
TCI reported a 12.54% decline in standalone net profit for the quarter ended March at Rs 11.15 cr compared to Rs 12.75 cr in the same period last year.
Stocks in the news: Neogen Chemicals, Vedanta, ZEEL, Vakrangee and RBL Bank
Ambit Capital has maintained sell rating on Bharti Airtel with a target price of Rs 284.
Talking point@ETNow: Is market heading for a painful correction?
There is a buzz on Dalal Street that stock valuations may have become overstretched.
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Drug firm Pfizer on Saturday reported a 21.98 per cent dip in its standalone net profit at Rs 68.04 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2017.
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