2020-08-12 04:00:53| Fool.com Headlines
JHX earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2020.
2020-08-10 19:18:31| The Economic Times
UP unveils sops for industries willing to investUnder the 'Post Covid-19 Accelerated Investment Promotion Policy for Backward Regions', industrial undertakings will be eligible for 70% reimbursement of net SGST for 12 years in Madhyanchal or central UP subject to 200% of capital investment made during the policy period and 15 years in Purvanchal and Bundelkhand subject to 300% of the capital investment made.
2020-08-10 11:56:30| The Economic Times
"RIL's deleveraging could exceed our expectations, given the extent and magnitude of its asset monetisation," the rating agency said in a statement.
2020-08-09 15:00:37| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
The old Tory exhortation wont get manufacturing back on its feet if theres no investment in jobs we need for the futureI recently spent a weekday afternoon in the centre of Bristol, chasing the small comforts of retail therapy, and trying to do my bit for a few of my favourite shops. The experience was dreamlike, and unsettling: businesses smattered with hazard tape, half-deserted streets, and a rush hour that seemed to amount to little more than a few momentary traffic jams. Most of the citys office workers, it seemed, were either furloughed or working at home. Normality whatever that is was nowhere to be seen; perhaps the most forlorn sight was that of empty buses adorned with faded adverts for films that came out before the pandemic.The same day, alluding to both Rishi Sunaks eat out to help out scheme and the near silence of our business districts, the front page of the Daily Mail featured the headline Weve had our lunch, now lets get back to work!. Returning to workplaces in the midst of a possible second wave is a self-evidently dire prospect; big companies from Google to Mastercard have recently told their employees they can remain at home. But here was another example of the idea indicative of the reflexive Tory belief that we are at heart a nation of idlers, and lately voiced by such fans of the work ethic as Iain Duncan Smith and Kirstie Allsopp that we might be able to return to the pre-Covid world by a sheer act of collective will. Continue reading...
2020-08-08 08:00:48| Fool.com Headlines
MHK earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2020.