September 20: Tata Steel Ltd and German major Thyssenkrupp AG have signed an MoU to create Europe's second-largest steel enterprise by combining the flat steel businesses of the two companies. To discuss this in detail, Deepanshu Bhandari of BTVI spoke to Abhisar Jain of Centrum Broking.
September 20: German investor sentiment has improved by more than expected in September in readings that bode well for Chancellor Angela Merkel as she seeks a fourth term in Sunday's national election. As David Pollard at Reuters report, an opposition campaign to highlight inequality appears to be gaining little traction with voters.
September 20: Walmart India seems to pick up on the back of reforms like GST and demonitisation. Neha Tyagi of BTVI catches up with Krish Iyer, Managing Director at Walmart India to know more about the growth outlook for the company.
September 20: Pizza Hut bullish on its growth going forward with aims to double their store count in the next five years. Neha Tyagi of BTVI caught up with the Managing Director - Unnat Verma. Listen in to what he had to say.
September 20: NBCC rallies in trade as orders continue to pour in for the PSU real estate developer. To discuss their growth outlook going forward, Fatima Karan of BTVI spoke to Anoop Kumar Mittal, Chairman and Managing Director at NBCC.
September 20: Oil prices doing well today all thanks to OPEC talk and gold prices are edging up. Melanie Ralph of Reuters joined us with details.
September 20: On Call BTVI, our experts answer all the queries related to buying or selling shares, be it short, medium or long-term.
September 20: “60 per cent of annual revenue will come from Q3 & Q4,” says Shobhit Uppal, Dy MD at Ahluwalia Contracts in a chat with BTVI’s Hiral Desai on the buzz in the company’s stock.
September 20: “Prefer to invest in large-cap & mid-cap companies; staying away from small-caps,” says Medha Samant, Investment Director at Fidelity International in a chat with BTVI’s Muralidhar Swaminathan.
SBI LIFE INSURANCE
Subscribed 0.6, Day 3
A2Z INFRA ENGG
To Issue Rs 8 Cr Shares adding up to Rs 850 Cr
Issue amounts to 74% of Total Debt
Issue for one-time settlement to lending banks
To pay Rs 17.50 Cr in cash
To issue shares worth Rs 25 Cr
Total SICOM Debt outstanding at Rs 114.28 Cr
KNR CONSTRUCTION JV
Bags order worth Rs 884.47 Cr from Govt Of Telangana
Approves Allotment Of 3.35 Cr Shares Pursuant To QIP
Fresh Issue: 2.23 Cr
OFS: 1.11 Cr