Eicher Motors: Company’s JV with Volvo Group, VE Commercial Vehicle bought 870 gadgets in May 2019, down 37.6 percent against 1,395 devices offered in the same month closing yr. Escorts: The Agri machinery segment bought 6,827 tractors in May, down by 18 percent towards 8,325 tractors sold in May 2018. Domestic tractor sales are down 19. Eight percent to 6,488 tractors and exports develop 42.Four percent to 339 tractors YoY.
Atul Auto: Company offered 3,464 motors in May 2019, decreasing by 13 percent against three 983 cars sold in May 2018.
SML Isuzu: Company offered 1,689 cars in May, employing 17 percent of the 1,442 automobiles in the identical month closing year.
Dilip Buildcon: Company did an EPC agreement with the National Highways Authority of India for Saoner-Dhapewada-Kalmeshwar-Gondkhairi, NH-547E, Package -II on EPC mode in Maharashtra.
NTPC: Unit-1 of 800 MW of Gadarwara Super Thermal Power Station (2 x 800 MW) has begun its industrial operation. With this, the economic potential of Gadarwara Super Thermal Power Station, NTPC, and NTPC organization has reached 800 MW, 46,525 MW, and 54,326 MW, respectively.
Tata Steel BSL: NCLT permitted the resolution plan submitted via Tata Steel for obtaining the controlling stake in Bhushan Energy (BEL).
Vaibhav Global: The company authorized Inspiration to buy back 7.2 lahks completely paid-up equity shares, at a charge up to Rs 1,000 in keeping with share, for an aggregate quantity of Rs seventy-two crores.
NLC India: NLC India carried out yet some other important milestone interest through lighting up the boiler of the second unit of the imminent 2 x 500 MW
lignite-fired Neyveli New Thermal Power Project (NNTP).
Biocon: Board constant June 13 as the document date to decide eligible shareholders entitled to the bonus stocks.
Seamen: Virendra Kumar Gupta, President, and Chief Financial Officer, resigned from the enterprise’s offerings due to personal motives.
Quality Q4: Loss at Rs 497. Fifty-five crores instead of a profit of Rs 1.29 crore; sales fall to Rs 113.65 crore instead of Rs 1,709 crore YoY.
UltraTech Cement: The company is presenting to the problem unsecured redeemable non-convertible debentures (NCDs) amounting to Rs 250 crore on a personal placement basis.
Ashapura Minechem: Rajnikant Pajwani resigned as Chief Executive Officer of the corporation.
Arshiya: Santosh Maheshwari resigned as Group President and Chief Financial Officer.
Shri Dinesh Mills: The company discontinued the production of woolen & worsted fabrics at Ankleshwar and Vadodara devices.
CINCO: Vineet Mohta resigned as Chief Financial Officer of the agency due to non-public reasons.
TVS Electronics: Karthi Chandramouli resigned as the organization’s Chief Financial Officer (key managerial personnel).
NGL Fine-Chem: Company has received SME 1 score from CRISIL, which shows the best creditworthiness and is considered to have an ok degree of protection regarding well-timed servicing of economic duties. Confused yet? I was often confused about the difference between these two apparent opposite messages over time. But then I learned that sometimes bad news for one person can be perceived as good news for someone else and that good news to one person over time can be perceived as bad.
Confused? Let me explain.
Ultimately, it’s just news; what makes it bad, good, or even neutral is not the news itself but how we perceive it, judge it, evaluate it, or react because of it.
How can someone perceive bad news as good, you might ask? Or the opposite, how could someone perceive good news as bad?
In brief – each of us has a unique history, experiences, beliefs, and values, and as a result, we never see the same thing or circumstance in the same way.