The show tracks the breaking business news and top stories in the lead-up to the closing of markets.
August 17: Following the footprint of Government’s affordable housing push, Axis Bank has launched its new home loan product. In an interaction with Priyanka Gawande of BTVI, Rajiv Anand, ED at Axis gave his outlook on affordable housing, asset quality and his view on further rate cut.
August 17: Banks and energy fall on Fed rates talk. Angeline Ong of Reuters joined us with an update on European markets.
August 16: Markets regulator SEBI has notified relaxed norms for stake purchase in distressed listed companies by lenders, exempting them from making open offers for shareholders. Corporate Lawyer HP Ranina and Insolvency Lawyer Mamata Binani joined us for more details.
August 16: European indices open firm; CAC-40 Up 0.4 per cent and DAX Gains 0.6 per cent. Angeline Ong of Reuters joined us with an update on European markets.
August 10: The Securities Appellate Tribunal on Thursday stayed the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) directive of 7 August against J Kumar Infra Ltd and Prakash Industries Ltd.
August 10: The Securities Appellate Tribunal on Thursday stayed the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) directive of 7 August against J Kumar Infra Ltd and Prakash Industries Ltd. To discuss the same, Deepanshu Bhandari of BTVi spoke to Dipan Mehta, Member of BSE.
August 10: Ashok Leyland has developed 4 apps to create a digital marketplace for their customers. The company believes that the digital marketplace has a potential to generate Rs 1000 Cr in revenue over the next 3-5 years. Priyanka Iyer of BTVi spoke to Vinod Dasari, MD at Ashok Leyland.
August 10: Tata Motors cracks in trade as sources tell BTVi that the proposed deal with Volkswagen will not go through. Swati Khandelwal Jain of BTVi joined us with exclusive details.
August 10: Maruti is looking to enhance its second hand business and plans to add 150 true value outlets by the end of this financial year with 30 per cent of overall sales coming from exchange and sales of pre-owned cars. Hear out their big plans going forward.
August 09: Tata Motors on Wednesday reported 41.56 per cent rise in net profit at Rs 3,200 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2017 against Rs 2,260 crore YoY. To discuss the quarter in detail, Deepanshu Bhandari and Hiral Desai of BTVi spoke to G Chokkalingam, Founder of Equinomics Research & Adv and Ashwin Patil, Equity Analyst at LKP Securities.