Lead by PSBs, NPAs soar 34.5% in Q3; pain to linger on: Report

Feb 13 2018

The issue of impaired assets may be far from over for the banking system as gross non- performing assets have grown by 34.5 percent in the Dec quarter, says a report.

Bankers may get notes to help push industry line on Brexit

Dec 16 2017

Bankers may be given a cribsheet to help the industry push for close ties with the EU following Brexit, according to a document.

Citigroup plans hiring drive as it re-enters Saudi Arabia

Oct 25 2017

Citigroup wants to hire up to 20 bankers in Saudi Arabia, where it plans to formally begin operations in the after obtaining an investment banking licence.

US bankers hold onto hopes that Trump will boost profits

Oct 18 2017

Top U.S. bankers are still hoping the President Trump’s administration will make policy changes to boost profits, but made clear in public comments in recent days.

French bankers weighing Brexit face Paris pressure to come home

Oct 09 2017

While most London-based bankers are brushing up on their German to prepare for a move to Frankfurt post-Brexit, senior staff at French investment banks to say “Oui”.

Macron looks to stamp 'non' on banker-style jobless payouts

Sep 26 2017

When the global financial crisis erupted in 2008, some expat French bankers who lost their jobs in London returned home to collect unemployment benefits .

Retail stocks lag quiet European mkt open on competition worries

Aug 25 2017

Fresh worries over competition hit Ahold and other European retail stocks in opening deals as the broader market inched higher ahead of speeches by central bankers.

Low world inflation dogs central bankers, even as economies grow

Aug 25 2017

The world’s top central bankers gather in Jackson Hole, their confidence bolstered by a sustained return to economic growth that may eventually allow the ECB.

World stocks steady; focus on Jackson Hole keeps market cautious

Aug 24 2017

World stocks steadied after two turbulent weeks as geopolitical worries eased in Asia and caution prevailed on the day the annual Jackson Hole gathering.

Gold eases ahead of Jackson Hole central bankers meet

Aug 24 2017

Gold nudged lower, giving up some of its gains made after US President Donald Trump's threat of a government shutdown.

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Promoter Instant Holdings bought over 1% stake, or 28 lk skares, in co for Rs 111 Cr

Shares acquired at average price of Rs 395.95

By Dec 2017, Instant Holdings held 1.80 cr shares, or 7.01% stake, in Co

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Automotive Tyre Mfg Association says shortage of carbon black may shutdown plants

Demand supply gap has gone up to 20% in FY18

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Centre urges graphite electrode mfg cos to cut local prices

Also signaled possibility of introduction of an export tax

Graphite electrodes are used to melt scrap to produce new steel

Financial Express Reports


Arm Buys 4.84% More Stake In Ranbaxy Malaysia For 1.66 Mn Ringgit


Acquires 46% stake in PTCL with a total Enterprise Value of Rs 232 Cr

Acquisition indicated to be completed by Q1 FY19

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