TITAN.NS
Titan Company Limited
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Prev Close409.70
Open411.00
Bid0.00 x
Ask412.75 x
52wk Range301.70 - 435.00
Day's Range409.00 - 416.50
Volume704,244
Avg Vol (3m)1,605,794
As of 5:59 AM EDT. Market closed.
  • Reuters2 years ago

    Corporate winners and losers from India's budget

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's new government on Thursday unveiled its first budget of structural reforms aimed at reviving growth, winning praise from investors despite a lack of clarity over how it would cap the big fiscal deficit. Modi's government, in office for less than two months, said it would raise caps on foreign investment in the defence and insurance sectors, and launch a tax reform to unify India's 29 federal states into a common market. * Increase in foreign direct investment cap in the insurance sector to 49 percent from 26 percent now will benefit companies such as ICICI Bank Ltd, Max India Ltd, Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd (HDFC) that have insurance ventures with foreign partners. * Real estate companies such as DLF Ltd, Unitech Ltd, Phoenix Mills Ltd, Parsvnath Developers Ltd will benefit from the proposal to provide incentives for setting up real estate investment trusts.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    India will look into easing gold import curbs-Chidambaram

    India will look into relaxing gold imports curbs, but won't let its current account deficit (CAD) balloon, Finance Minister P. Chidambaram said on Monday. "There are pros and cons (on easing gold import curbs), we will weigh them carefully, the goal is to contain the CAD at a level where it can be fully and safely financed," Chidambaram told reporters after presenting the interim budget in parliament earlier. India, desperate to trim a gaping current account deficit, took a slew of measures last year to curb demand for bullion, its second-biggest import after oil.