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British shop prices fell in July at their slowest pace since the end of 2017 and food inflation picked up speed, according to data that will be little relief for households still feeling the pinch on their spending power.
Alstom today said it along with Taiwanese engineering and contracting services firm CTCI has bagged a 378-million euro contract to supply integrated metro system for a Taipei metro project.
British shop prices fell less sharply in June than in May but shoppers could take some comfort from that food price inflation did not accelerate, a survey showed.
Shareholders of Gujarat NRE Coke, which is facing liquidation, will meet on July 16 to vote on company's revival plans.
Fortis said it has shortlisted four entities -- the Munjal-Burman combine, Manipal-TPG consortium, IHH Healthcare and Radiant Life Care to bid for the sale of its business.
British shop prices fell in May by the most since the start of last year, adding to signs that a rise in inflation after the 2016 Brexit vote has peaked.
Fortis Healthcare said its board will meet on May 10 to take a decision on the binding bids for the company as recommended by the expert committee.
British consumer spending wilted under heavy snow in March, according to surveys that added to signs the economy probably slowed at the start of 2018.
UK shop prices dropped in Mar at the fastest pace in more than a year, adding to signs that inflation pressure caused by the pound’s post-Brexit drop, survey showed.
Aircel moves SC to make Airtel clear dues
Alleges that the co withholding Rs453 Cr of bank guarantees paid on its behalf
Bank guarantees have lapsed and Aircel wants Airtel to pay the money
Alleged that Airtel is trying to usurp the sum
Aircel says without the money it may get liquidated
Bain joins KKR in race for Max Healthcare stake
PE firms look to buy 47% stake from Life Healthcare for $450-540 Mn
To decide on buy back of shares on Aug. 20
JET AIRWAYS CLARIFIES
Co planning $400 Mn stake sale is speculative in nature
Jet Auditor BSR may quit if issues are not resolved is factually incorrect
Have been pro-actively working on multiple revenue enhancements
Evaluating various funding options to meet liquidity requirements on priority
Relationship with Etihad Airways very strong
No delays in discharging any loan obligations to any of the lenders
Default status in tabular statement only due to technical errors, rectified now
Clarifies that reports of stake sale are purely speculative
Also Clarifies that rumors of auditor quitting if issues not solved are factually incorrect
Seeks lenders help in bid to avoid default
Airline wants waiver of loan covenant on existing debt facility of $185mn
Co has to repay or refinance at least $500mn of existing debt to avoid default
Told lenders it won’t be able to meet min $50mn profit condition for FY19
Consortium of lenders yet to decide on Jet’s request
Airline’s total debt was Rs 9430 Cr as on 31st March 18
NSE TO JET AIRWAYS
Have noticed a difference in your responses dated August 9 & 10
Clarify whether mgmt extension from audit committee as per Aug 10 response
Or did Audit Committee not recommend results to board as per Aug 9 response?
In Aug 10 response, details of "Certain Matters Not Closed" not provided
Provide exact reasons for which audit committee has not approved results
Again ask you to give us date when board meet to consider results will be held