The Asia Cup 2020 tournament, originally scheduled for September, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) said on Thursday.
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The official said that the ACC and BCB had informed them that shifting the dates was not possible due to broadcasting commitments and the international calendar
Shares of cement maker ACC on Wednesday jumped over 4 percent after it reported a 44.66 percent rise in consolidated net profit for the third quarter ended 30 September, 2019
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Shares of cement maker ACC rose by over 5 percent on Friday after the company reported 38.61 percent rise in consolidated net profit for the quarter ended June 30, 2019
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Shares of India Cements fell by 3.29 percent, UltraTech Cement dropped 2.39 percent, Ambuja Cements 1.50 percent, Grasim Industries 1.31 percent, JK Lakshmi Cement 1.26 percent and ACC 0.28 percent on BSE.
In August 2016, CCI had slapped approximately Rs 6,700 crore penalty on 11 cement firms including UltraTech, ACC, Ambuja, Ramco and JK Cement as well as the industry body Cement Manufacturers Association (CMA) for indulging in cartelisation.
On the outlook, ACC said it expected cement demand to be positive, driven by the 'Housing for All' programme, sustained infrastructure spends and rural housing.
An official in the PCB said that since India was not willing to send its team to Pakistan, the Asia Emerging Nations Cup could be shifted to either Sri Lanka or Bangladesh.
In a filing to the bourses, Ambuja Cements also said it was not pursuing a merger with ACC at this point of time, though it remains the ultimate goal.