Wall Street’s main indexes rose, powered by gains in Amazon and Nike, while investors shrugged off fears of a looming U.S. government shutdown.
Wall Street was set to open slightly higher as investors bet on strong corporate earnings, while playing down fears of a potential US government shutdown.
Wall Street’s main indexes edged lower as declines in healthcare and energy stocks paused a rally that had driven the Dow to its fastest ever 1,000 point gain.
Wall Street’s main indexes were lifted by modest gains in technology stocks, led by Microsoft, IBM and Intel.
Wall Street’s main indexes were poised to open higher following strong results from Bank of America and a double upgrade on IBM.
Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average surged more than 200 points, indicating that the blue-chip index could open above 26,000 for the first time.
Wall Street’s main indexes were higher as strong December retail sales data drove gains in consumer stocks and bank results pushed up the financial sector.
US stocks rose with a broad-based rally across sectors as speculation over China halting US bond purchases eased and investors focused on quarterly earnings reports.
The new idea is to build “leveraged” and “inverse” funds that would rise - or fall - twice as fast as the price of bitcoin on a given day.
Wall Street’s main indexes rose as investors looked beyond weaker-than-expected U.S. job additions in December and took support from signs of a pick-up in wage growth.
Completes acquisition of 49% stake in the projects from MBL Group
Total consideration of Rs 2,300 Cr
Projects involve 4-laning of sections of NH-72A & NH-73
Sets Rights Ratio Of 4 Fully Paid Shares For 25 Held
To issue up to 15.5 cr fully paid-up shares for up to Rs 8,000 cr
Sets Rights Issue Price At Rs 510/Fully Paid Share
To issue up to 7.8 cr partly paid-up shares for up to Rs 4,800 cr
Sets Rights Issue Price At Rs 615/Partly Paid Share
Gets 2 new orders worth Rs 205 Cr from Public Utilities Corp, Seychelles
Projects in waste water sector
Projects funded by European Investment Bank
Cos order backlog increases to Rs 2,200 cr, which is an all-time high
J KUMAR INFRAPROJECTS
Gets LOA for 2 projects from Delhi Metro Rail Corp
Work includes finishing works of 8 stations of Mumbai Metro Rail Project
Cost of Contracts stands at nearly Rs 57 cr
To acquire entire equity share capital of arm Travel News Services
Deal amounts to Rs 85 cr, with additional consideration of Rs 15 cr
Post acquisition, TNSI Retail to become step-down arm of co
TNSI JV Welcome Retail Private Limited to become step-down arm
Deal likely to be completed in 12-16 weeks
Note: Travel News Services (TNSI)
Effect of acquisition
Consolidation of retail business of FRL
To help FRL expand its presence at Airports, Metro Stations, Universities
Will have access to retail brand WH Smith", license for which is held by co
Note: Future Retail (FRL)