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PVR Inox Q4 Results: Net loss at Rs 333 crore

PVR Inox reported a net loss of Rs 333 crore for the quarter ended March 2023 (Q4 FY23), compared to a net profit of Rs 16.1 crore in Q4FY22. However, its operating revenue jumped 113% YoY to Rs 1,143 crore during the same quarter. EBITDA stood at Rs 285 crore in Q4FY23. This is the company’s first quarterly results after its merger with Inox.

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WPI inflation falls to -0.92% in April

Wholesale price-based inflation, WPI declined to -0.92% in April on an annual basis from 1.34 % in March. Primary articles inflation slowed to 1.60%, and fuel & power inflation reduced to 0.93 % in April. Inflation in manufactured products declined to -2.42 % in April from -0.77 % in March.

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Berger Paints Q4 Results: Net profit falls 16% YoY to Rs 186 crore

Berger Paints reported a 16% YoY fall in net profit to Rs 185.7 crore for the quarter ended Q4 FY23. Its revenue jumped 12% YoY to Rs 2,443.6 crore during the same quarter. EBITDA also rose 6% to Rs 368 crore during the quarter. The company’s board has recommended a dividend of Rs 3.2 per equity share.

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SpiceJet subsidiary SpiceXpress to get USD 100 million from UK group

SpiceJet's subsidiary, SpiceXpress and Logistics, will receive a $100 million investment from a UK-based group, SRAM & MRAM Group. This investment comes as SpiceJet faces financial difficulties and an insolvency plea from an aircraft lessor. The investment from SRAM & MRAM Group is part of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) following a debt restructuring agreement between SpiceJet and aircraft lessor Carlyle Aviation Partner, which acquired a stake in SpiceXpress at an expected future valuation of $1.5 billion.

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Hikal receives zero observations from USFDA for Gujarat unit

Hikal announced that its Panoli unit in Gujarat, India, received a favorable inspection outcome from the US Food &  Drug Administration (USFDA) with no observations. This marks the third successful inspection at the facility, enabling Hikal to manufacture advanced intermediates and key starting materials.

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Kalyan Jewellers Q4 Results: Net profit falls 1.6% YoY to Rs 71 crore

Kalyan Jewellers reported a 1.6% YoY decline in net profit to Rs 71 crore for Q4 FY23. However, its consolidated revenue rose 18.4% YoY to Rs 3,381 crore during the same quarter. EBITDA also rose 17.5% YoY to Rs 256.7 crore. The company’s board has recommended a final dividend of Rs 0.5 per equity share.

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UltraTech Cement commissions factory in Rajasthan capable of 0.8 MT annual output

UltraTech Cement has commissioned a 0.8 MTPA brownfield cement factory in Neem Ka Thana, Rajasthan, through its subsidiary UltraTech Nathdwara Cement. With this addition, their grey cement capacity in Rajasthan reaches 17.05 MTPA, and their total grey cement manufacturing capacity in India is now 129.95 MTPA.

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Vedanta appoints Sonal Shrivastava as CFO from June 1

Vedanta Ltd has announced the appointment of Sonal Shrivastava as its chief financial officer (CFO), effective from June 1. Shrivastava previously served as the CFO for Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa operations at the Holcim group. In her new role, she will lead Vedanta's financial strategy, overseeing accounting, tax, treasury, investor relations, financial planning, analytics, and driving digitalization and profitability.

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NTPC to start feasibility study for 130-MW floating solar power plant in Tripura

NTPC Ltd is set to conduct a feasibility study for a 130-MW floating solar power plant on Dumbur Lake in Tripura's Gomati district. The Tripura Renewable Energy Development Agency (TREDA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with NTPC to conduct the feasibility study. The study will assess the required waterbody area, identify transfer stations, and obtain forest clearance. The study is estimated to cost Rs 450 crore and is expected to be completed in a few months.

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ONGC arm raises $500m in foreign currency loan

ONGC’s overseas subsidiary ONGC Videsh has secured a $500 million foreign currency loan from a consortium of banks including DBS, Bank of Baroda, and State Bank of India. The syndicated loan has a tenure of five years, is denominated in dollars, and is supported by ONGC's guarantee. The funds raised through the loan will be used to repay $500 million in bonds that recently matured.

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PSP Projects bags order worth over Rs 317 cr

PSP Projects has secured a contract worth Rs 317.13 crore from Gujarat's Narmada, Water Resources, Water Supply, and Kalpsar Department. The project involves developing the Dharoi Dam region into a sustainable tourist and pilgrimage destination, including infrastructure, roads, and an adventure water sports arena. The company aims to complete the project within 18 months.

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