News: DLF Ltd (DLF.BO)

DLF.BO on Bombay Stock Exchange

140.30INR
21 Nov 2014
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Fri, Nov 14 2014

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Debt-burdened real estate firm DLF posts higher profit

NEW DELHI - India's largest real estate developer, debt-laden DLF Ltd , said cost cuts helped its second-quarter profit rise 9 percent as it bids to position itself for what it hopes will be a property demand revival helped by a pickup in economic growth.

UPDATE 1-Debt-burdened Indian real estate firm DLF posts higher profit

NEW DELHI, Nov 14 - India's largest real estate developer, debt-laden DLF Ltd, said cost cuts helped its second-quarter profit rise 9 percent as it bids to position itself for what it hopes will be a property demand revival helped by a pickup in economic growth.

Debt-burdened real estate firm DLF posts higher profit

NEW DELHI - India's largest real estate firm DLF Ltd, which has been shut out of capital markets for three years after a regulatory probe, reported a 9 percent rise in profits in its second quarter, with sales edging higher.

Debt-burdened Indian real estate firm DLF posts higher profit

NEW DELHI, Nov 13 - India's largest real estate firm DLF Ltd, which has been shut out of capital markets for three years after a regulatory probe, reported a 9 percent rise in profits in its second quarter, with sales edging higher.

SAT allows DLF to redeem $293 million in mutual fund investments

MUMBAI - The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) on Wednesday allowed DLF Ltd to redeem 18.06 billion rupees ($293.96 million) in mutual fund investments, as the property developer continues to contest a regulatory ban on raising funds from capital markets.

India court allows DLF to redeem $293 mln in mutual fund investments

MUMBAI, Nov 5 - An appeals court on Wednesday allowed India's DLF Ltd to redeem 18.06 billion rupees ($293.96 million) in mutual fund investments, as the property developer continues to contest a regulatory ban on raising funds from capital markets.

SAT to decide on letting DLF sell fund investments

MUMBAI - An appeals court on Thursday paved the way for DLF, the country's biggest property developer, to sell its mutual fund investments, providing relief to a debt-laden firm reeling after regulators stopped it from tapping capital markets for three years.

Real-estate, construction shares up after govt relaxes FDI rules

Reuters Market Eye - Unitech up 2.2 percent, DLF gains 3.3 percent while Sobha Developers advances 5.9 percent.

Indian shares snap 5-session winning streak; Hindustan Unilever slumps

* BSE index falls 0.37 pct; NSE ends 0.29 pct lower * DLF, Jindal Steel hit by regulatory worries * Defence equipment makers rally By Abhishek Vishnoi MUMBAI, Oct 27 - Indian shares fell on Monday, retreating from a more than one-month high hit earlier in the session as investors booked profits after recent strong gains, while consumer goods maker Hindustan Unilever slumped after it warned the country's consumer spending will remain weak in the near term. The decli

DLF slumps over 8 percent, Jindal Steel falls 7.5 percent

Reuters Market Eye - Shares of companies facing regulatory probes extend recent falls. DLF slumps over 8 percent.

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