The number of companies reporting a decline in earnings has been shrinking over five to six quarters. For the quarter ended March as well, the expectations are high and the Street is hoping the number will shrink.
The Sensex oscillated in a range of about 500 points between an intra-week high of 22,737 and a low of 22,247 before closing unchanged at 22,628 and the Nifty edged higher by three points to 6,779. There was out-performance on the broader market front,
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday said it had closed its preliminary inquiry into a case involving the construction of luxury apartments just about a km away from Rashtrapati Bhavan by Edward Keventer (Successors) Pvt Ltd, or EKSPL, a
CBI has not found any criminality in the permission given to the country's largest real estate company, DLF, to construct a high-rise luxury apartment complex in the vicinity of Rashtrapati Bhavan which had led to security concerns.
Real estate major DLF is once again being investigated by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) for allegedly misusing its dominant position in the market by drafting a one-sided agreement with the buyers of flats in its New Town Heights project in
Leading real estate player DLF registered a 46 per cent increase in its sales bookings for the first nine months of the financial year 2014 (April-December 2013), at a time when other developers, including Unitech, HDIL, Oberoi Realty and Godrej
India’s largest realty company, DLF, on Saturday said it has reduced net debt by Rs 2,500 crore to Rs 17,400 crore, following proceeds from sale of luxury hotel chain Amanresorts, and a refund from Delhi Development AUthority (DDA).
DLF, India's largest real estate company, posted a 49 per cent fall in consolidated net profit at Rs 145 crore for the quarter ended December 2013, owing to a rise in finance costs and a one-time provision of Rs 411 crore related to a settlement with the
Shares of realty firm DLF today gained nearly 3% after the company announced the sale of its luxury hospitality chain Amanresorts to its original founder Adrian Zecha for USD 358 million (about Rs 2,200 crore).
India's largest realty firm DLF today said it has received a refund of Rs 675.81 crore from DDA following the scrapping of a project to develop an international convention centre in the national capital.
DLF has surged nearly 6% to Rs 146 on BSE after the realty firm announced the sale of its luxury hospitality chain Aman resorts to its original founder Adrian Zecha for $358 million (about Rs 2,200 crore).