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ZENSAR TECH Q4

Revenue up 9.5% at Rs 814 Cr vs Rs 743 Cr

EBIT up 79% at Rs 82 Cr vs Rs 45.8 Cr

EBIT margin at 10% vs 6.1%

Net Profit up 6.9x at Rs 74 Cr vs Rs 10.7 Cr

Other Income at Rs 26.7 Cr vs Loss of Rs 22.8 Cr

All figures are consolidated and comparable QoQ

PERSISTENT TECH Q4

Net Sales up 19% at Rs 344 Cr vs Rs 289 Cr

EBITDA up 15.7% at Rs 191 Cr vs Rs 165 Cr

EBTDA Margin at 55.5% vs 57%

Net Profit up 40.5% at Rs 142 Cr vs Rs 101 Cr

All figures are Consolidated & comparable YoY

OBEROI REALTY Q4

Net Sales up 19% at Rs 344 Cr vs Rs 289 Cr

EBITDA up 15.7% at Rs 191 Cr vs Rs 165 Cr

EBTDA Margin at 55.5% vs 57%

Net Profit up 40.5% at Rs 142 Cr vs Rs 101 Cr

All figures are Consolidated & comparable YoY

GIC HSG FINANCE Q4

PAT At Rs 60 Cr vs Rs 46.6 Cr, Up 28.8% YoY

NII at Rs 109 cr vs Rs 100 cr, up 9%

Revenue From Ops At Rs 296 Cr Vs Rs 266 Cr, Up 11.3% YoY

IDFC BANK Q4

PAT Rs 41.9 Cr vs Rs 176 Cr, Down 76% YoY

NII At Rs 453 Cr vs Rs 502 Cr, Down 10% YoY

Gross NPA At 3.31% vs 5.62% QoQ;

Net NPA At 1.69% vs 2.52% QoQ

Provisions At Rs 242 Cr vs Rs 108.6 Cr , up 2.2x QoQ

RAYMOND Q4

Revenue Rs 1,655 Cr vs Rs 1,506 Cr, Up 10% YoY

EBITDA Rs 176 Cr vs Rs 145 Cr, Up 21% YoY

EBITDA Margin 10.6% vs 9.6% YoY

PAT Rs 53 Cr vs Rs 33 Cr, Up 60% YoY

All Figures Are Consolidated

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    Audi aims to double China production with partner FAW in five years: CEO

    Shanghai: German luxury carmaker Audi AG aims to double its China production with local partner FAW within five years, the firm’s chief executive said on Wednesday, as global carmakers look to localise in the world’s largest vehicle market. 

    Speaking at the Beijing auto show, Audi head Rupert Stadler said the firm would look to offer 10 new SUVs in the market by 2022, and that it expected 30 percent of its sales in the market would be electric vehicles by 2025.

    (Reuters)

    Daimler CEO says no signs of hostile takeover by Chinese car magnate Li Shufu

    Beijing: German car maker Daimler AG’s boss said on Wednesday there was no indication the firm’s largest shareholder, Chinese auto magnate Li Shufu, was planning a hostile takeover, after he took a $9 billion stake in the firm earlier this year. 

    Dieter Zetsche, Daimler’s chief executive, said Li, the head of Chinese carmaker Geely, had told the firm he had no intention to go beyond his near 10 percent current stake in Daimler, which he had amassed quietly before announcing it in February. Daimler’s CEO was speaking at a round table event at the auto show in Beijing.

    (Reuters)

    South Korea finance minister says watching forex market closely

    Goyang: South Korea’s finance minister said on Wednesday the government is closely watching currency markets as the won and other emerging currencies are weakening against the U.S. dollar. 

    Speaking to reporters in Goyang, just outside of Seoul, Kim Dong-yeon said the government will act to stabilize the foreign exchange market if needed. The won KRW=KFTC is trading at a four-week low of 1,079.3 per dollar as of 0347 GMT.

    (Reuters)

    Markets open in red on Wednesday

    Mumbai: The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) on Wednesday opened on a negative note during the morning trade session. 

    The Sensex of the BSE after opening at 34,593.17 points touched a high of 34,611.73 and low of 34,536.70 points. The Sensex is trading at 34,609.32 points, down by 7.32 points or 0.02 per cent from its Tuesday close at 34,616.64 points. On the other hand, the broader 51-scrip Nifty at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) opened at 10,612.40 points after closing at 10,614.35 points. The Nifty is trading at 10,606.25 points in the morning.

    (IANS) 

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