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Around 125 companies including AB Capital, Avanti Feeds, BoB, Bata India, Central Bank, Dredging Corp, Gillette India, GMDC, GE Shipping, HFCL, Hotel Leela Venture, IL&FS Transportation, India Cements, JB Chem, Mahanagar Gas, MCF, Marico, Max Financial, MOIL, Nagarjuna Oil, Oil India, RCF, Rico Auto, SJVN, Sobha, Sona Koyo, Strides Shasun, Sun TV, Suzlon Energy, Tata Investment, Syndicate Bank, UCO Bank and VA Tech will declare their results on Friday. (2-0)
October last year corporate India saw one of its most bitter corporate battles. It changed things for the House of Tatas and it changed things for the man who is now heading the House of Tatas, N Chandrasekaran. (20-0)
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Tata Global Beverages Ltd (TGBL), a relative laggard in the FMCG sector, is likely to catch the attention of serious investors thanks to its various restructuring initiatives. This stock could benefit from Tata Sons’ initiative of unwinding cross-holdings in group companies, which would help TGBL raise funds. There is also a market buzz (news coverage from CNBC-TV18) that the company plans to sell the non-branded products business.
With N Chandrasekaran taking over as the chairman of the board early this month, Tata Global Beverages Ltd (TGBL) has decided to sell its stake in various Tata group listed company to its parent, Tata Sons, in the next few months. TGBL owns close to Rs 755 crore worth of stake in other Tata group listed companies, especially in Tata Chemicals. According to statistics available with the stock exchanges, TGBL owns a 4.
Here are a few top buzzing midcap stocks picked by CNBC-TV18's analysts in trade today -- Jubilant Life, Fortis, Marico, Bata, Infosys, Tata Power, Bharat Financial, Satin Creditcare, and Tata Investment.
The JVC will have an equity capital of USD 100 million, and Tata Investment Corporation (TICL) and Koç Holding (KOÇ) will also hold 1% equity stake each, in the new Joint Venture.
A host of firms including Adani Enterprises, Adani SEZ, Amara Raja Batteries, Asahi India, Bharat Forge, Dish TV, Emkay, Fineotex, GE T&D, Gujarat Gas, GVK Power, Jain Irrigation, Jubilant Ind, Kaveri Seed, Lupin, Praj Ind, PNC Infra, Religare Enterprises, Somany Ceramics, Shalimar Paints, Sona Koyo, Sundram Fasteners, Tata Investment, TVS Srichakra and Zee Media will announce their quarterly and annual results for the period ended March 2017 on Wednesday.
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Shares of ten Tata group companies rose by 0.13% to 9.39% at 15:12 IST on BSE after Natarajan Chandrasekaran was appointed as the new chairman of Tata Sons from 21 February 2017.
Nusli Wadi, who is at loggerheads with Ratan Tata for ousting him as independent director of group companies, has made a suggestion to wipe out the ₹8,600-crore debt of the company while making serious allegations against the promoters.
Tata Sons, on Tuesday, increased its holding in Tata Motors by about 1.7 per cent through open market purchases.
Speculations have been rife on who will take charge of Tata Sons after the board ousted 48-year old Cyrus Mistry last month. The Economic Times today reports Noel Naval Tata, the media-shy half-brother of Ratan Tata and current Managing Director of Tata International has also emerged as a frontrunner to take over as Tata Sons’ chief.
Smiths Group plc is pleased to announce the appointment of Noel Naval Tata as an independent Non-executive Director with effect from 1 January 2017.
A look at the shareholding pattern of Tata group companies, including those where Cyrus Mistry is still the boss