- Reuters•3 months ago
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI, Nov 10 (Reuters) - Indian banks called in thousands of police on Thursday to manage huge queues outside branches, as people tried to exchange bank notes abruptly pulled out of circulation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a crackdown on "black money". Modi announced the shock move on Tuesday night to ditch 500 and 1,000 rupee notes - worth a combined $256 billion - that he said were fuelling corruption, being forged and even paying for attacks by Islamist militants against India. Lines formed before banks reopened after being shut on Wednesday to prepare for the change, as people tried to swap the worthless cash for smaller bills or new 2,000 rupee notes being rushed into circulation and made to be harder to counterfeit.
- Bloomberg•4 months ago
Blackstone Group LP and Singapore sovereign fund GIC Pte were shortlisted to purchase a 40 percent stake in the rental property arm of DLF Ltd., India’s largest listed developer, people with knowledge ...
- Reuters•2 years ago
Business sentiment among Asia's top companies rose in the fourth quarter with Indian firms, buoyed by hopes Prime Minister Narendra Modi would live up to his market-friendly reputation, showing the most ...
DLF.NS : Summary for DLF LIMITED INR2 - Yahoo Finance
DLF Limited (DLF.NS)
NSE - NSE Delayed Price. Currency in INR
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|Day's Range||145.10 - 149.45|
|52 Week Range||83.05 - 169.60|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||38.54|
|Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|