The finance ministry said the price of new series of sovereign gold bonds (SGBs) opening on Monday has been fixed at Rs 2,961 per gram.
RBI cancelled a bond sale via open market operation (OMO) worth 100 billion rupees that was scheduled for Nov. 23, citing “evolving liquidity conditions”.
The rupee bounced back in style to end at a one-week high of 65.01 against the US dollar after Moody's upgraded the countrys sovereign rating.
The 6.79 per cent 10-year benchmark bond maturing in 2027 were regained to Rs 98.23 from Rs 98.14 yesterday.
FEEs from tourism in October this year registered an increase of Rs 2,254 cr, compared to Oct 2016, the tourism ministry said.
NEW INDIA ASSURANCE Q2 REVIEW
PAT at Rs 748 Cr Vs Rs 260 Cr, up 187%
Gross Premium written at Rs 6489 Cr Vs Rs 5784 Cr, up 12.18%
Solvency Margin at 2.24x Vs 2.04x
CARE RATINGS Q2 REVIEW
Revenue From Ops at Rs 91 Cr Vs Rs 81 Cr, Up 12.4% YoY
PAT at Rs 48.3 Cr Vs Rs 47.4 Cr, Up 2% YoY
Operating Profit up 10.5%
Addition of 1077 new clients 2410 issue rated during the quarter
WONDERLA HOLIDAYS Q2 REVIEW
Net Sales down 0.6% at Rs 51.2 Cr Vs Rs 51.4 Cr
EBITDA up 9% at Rs 12.9 Cr Vs Rs 11.8 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 25.2% Vs 23%
Net Profit down 38% at Rs 2.3 Cr Vs Rs 3.7 Cr
Tax rate at 35% Vs 3.8%
All numbers compared on YoY unless specified otherwise