DLF Ltd (DLF.BO)
|Market Cap (Mil.):||Rs210,534.70|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||1,781.93|
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.
Reuters Market Eye - Unitech up 2.2 percent, DLF gains 3.3 percent while Sobha Developers advances 5.9 percent.
* 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
Reuters Market Eye - Shares of companies facing regulatory probes extend recent falls. DLF slumps over 8 percent.
MUMBAI - An unprecedented ban on India's largest property developer from tapping capital markets has fuelled expectations of tougher penalties ahead, as the country's regulators feel emboldened to take on even companies long sheltered by political connections.
MUMBAI - DLF Ltd on Wednesday appealed for interim relief from the securities regulator order last week barring India's biggest listed property company from tapping capital markets for three years, the company's lawyers said.
MUMBAI, Oct 22 - DLF Ltd on Wednesday appealed for interim relief from the securities regulator order last week barring India's biggest listed property company from tapping capital markets for three years, the company's lawyers said.
MUMBAI, Oct 22 - DLF Ltd, India's biggest listed property company, on Wednesday appealed for interim relief from a three-year ban from accessing capital markets by the regulator.
NEW DELHI - It was, by his own account, a chance encounter with a scion of the Gandhi political dynasty that turned former soldier Kushal Pal Singh into the man who built a city from nothing and made billions in the process.
MUMBAI - DLF Ltd, India's most heavily indebted property firm, has filed an appeal with the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) against a ban from tapping capital markets for three years, a spokeswoman for the appellate told Reuters.