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Aug 01, 2017
Cochin Shipyard IPO starts today as co aims to raise over Rs 1,400 crore; key points you need to knowBidding for shares of Cochin Shipyard has begun starting today and the public issue will conclude on 3 August
May 26, 2017
Goldman, Citigroup among 5 bankers selected for IOC's Rs 6,000 cr stake saleThe government had last sold 10 percent stake in IOC at Rs 387 per share in August 2015 and raised Rs 9,369 crore.
Aug 11, 2016
REC Apr-Jun quarter net profit declines 4% to Rs 1,421 croreThe interest income increased to Rs 5,889.52 crore, over Rs 5,640.98 crore in the year-ago period
Feb 23, 2016
India races to sell $730 mn stake in NTPC ahead of budgetArray
Oct 29, 2015
InterGlobe Aviation Rs 3,018 cr IPO over-subscribed 3.63 timesThe IPO received bids for 10,94,61,435 shares against the total issue size of 3,01,22,088 shares, data available with the NSE till 1400 hours showed.
Oct 20, 2015
IndiGo trims IPO size to Rs 3,000 crore as Gangwal family to offload less no of sharesThe promoters of the company will now sell nearly 23 million shares, down from about 26.1 million they had earlier proposed
Jul 07, 2015
Reliance Industries to sell 3.1% stake in Network18 for Rs 173.55 crReliance Industries-owned Shinano Retail Pvt Ltd's Offer for Sale to sell 3.25 crore equity shares, scheduled to open on 8 July, has set a floor price at Rs 53.40 per share.
Jul 01, 2015
IPO-headed IndiGo faces litigations involving Rs 1,114 crIn the nine months ended December 2014, IndiGo posted a profit of Rs 720.84 crore on revenues of Rs 10,359.79 crore.
Jan 30, 2015
Coal India stake sale today, floor price fixed at Rs 358The disinvestment will take place amid a section of trade unions threatening "symbolic demonstration" tomorrow to protest against the share sale and also warned of a possible strike at a later stage.
Jul 28, 2014
Disinvestmnent department seeks OFS route to divest in PSUsThe OFS is the most preferred route for stake sale and has evoked good response from investors and hence the government has decided to stick to it, sources said.