As many as five listed companies, including Cairn India and DCM Shriram, have announced plans to buyback shares worth nearly Rs 6,000 crore from shareholders this year so far.
Foreign flows and January-March earnings will continue to set direction for markets, as India's five-week long election continues, including voting in Mumbai scheduled for April 24.
Overseas investors sold Indian
Mutual funds offloaded shares worth more than Rs 14,000 crore during the FY 2013-14, making it the fifth consecutive year of net outflows.
As per the latest data compiled by
State-owned Indian Overseas Bank today said it plans to raise Rs 400 crore by selling shares on preferential basis to Life Insurance Corporation.
"We are seeking approval of Extra Ordinary
Foreign investors bought 107. 5 million rupees worth of Indian shares on Thursday to snap their five-day selling streak totalling $542 million in secondary markets provisional exchange and regulatory
Vedanta will bid for acquiring remaining government stake in Hindustan Zinc if the price offered is lucrative, its chairman Anil Agarwal said today.
Foreign institutional investors sold Indian cash shares worth 13. 34 billion rupees on Monday marking their biggest single-day sale since August 27 amid turmoil in emerging markets exchange
The cabinet has extended until September a requirement for its two state telecommunication carriers to buy part of their equipment from state-run telecoms gear maker ITI Ltd, sending the company's
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