PTI, Wednesday, 11th February 2015
Mumbai: Trading on Dalal Street on Tuesday was marked by extreme volatility as investors tried to gauge the impact of AAP's win in the Delhi state elections but at the end closed 128 points higher, reversing a seven-session slide. The sensex witnessed nearly 600-point swings in intra-day trades and closed at 28,356. Foreign funds remained big sellers with a Rs 1,261-crore net outflow.
New Delhi: LYCOS, one of the most widely recognised Internet brands, and Apollo International Limited, of the Apollo Group, signed an agreement to launch a joint venture to provide end-to-end solutions to global brands in deploying custom E-commerce platforms targeting Indian consumers. This ventur... Read More >>
Cairo: In a major foray into agri-business sector in Africa, Indian corporate Embee International is in the process of acquiring 33,000 acres of land for farming in Egypt where it will invest over Rs 5,000 crore to grow pulses and vegetables. ... Read More >>
New Delhi: Eicher Motors today posted 59.76 per cent increase in consolidated net profit at Rs 153.77 crore for the quarter ended December 31, 2014. ... Read More >>
New Delhi: The rise of nationalistic Hindu sentiment notwithstanding, India's beef sector will continues to be one of the country's bright spots of agribusiness and will continue to lead the global beef trade in volume, according to Fitch group firm BMI Research. ... Read More >>