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India's PVR Ltd Reports Narrower Sept-Quarter Consol Net Loss
PVR Opens 6 New Screen Multiplex PVR Maison In Mumbai
PVR Expects To Reopen Its Screen Portfolio On Staggered Basis Starting July 30 Onwards
PVR Limited (PVR) is an India-based film exhibition company. The Company is engaged in the business of movie exhibition and production and operates cinema circuit across India. It distributes Hollywood, Bollywood and regional movies. The Company conducts the movie distribution business through PVR Pictures Ltd. Its Zea Maize business is engaged in manufacturing, packaging and selling gourmet popcorn under the 4700BC brand. Its products are offered on electronic commerce portals. The Company's brands include PVR DIRECTOR'S CUT, PVR PICTURES, PVR IMAX, PVR 4DX, PLAYHOUSE, PVR GOLD, PVR P[XL], PVR ONYX and PVR NEST. It also operates food and beverages, and restaurant business. The food and beverages business offer products, including burgers, ice-cream cakes and coffees. The Company offers advertising avenues, which include the on-screen and off-screen options. The Company operates a cinema network of approximately 845 screens across over 176 properties in approximately 71 cities.
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Sanjeev Kumar Singal
Co-Founder, Joint Managing Director, Executive Director
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Chief Operating Officer - Strategic Operations
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Indian shares rebounded from three straight sessions of losses to rise on Friday, as bank and auto stocks gained, while investors were focused on a slew of earnings, including that of energy-to-telecom giant Reliance Industries later today.
Indian shares closed little changed on Monday as gains among automotive and energy sectors countered losses in technology stocks, while the country's biggest cinema chain operators surged on easing of COVID-19 restrictions in theatres.
Shares of India's top cinema chain operators, PVR Ltd and INOX Leisure, on Monday surged past their highest levels from pre-lockdown days after the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka took steps to reopen movie halls.
Indian shares were flat in volatile trading on Monday as IT stocks slipped from recent highs and offset gains in the auto and bank sectors.
Indian shares rose on Thursday, with IT and commodity stocks leading the recovery from a three-day fall, while Maruti Suzuki dropped after the carmaker missed estimates for profit margins.
Indian shares ended at a record high on Monday, buoyed by hopes that the economy would return to normal as some states eased lockdowns, with daily COVID-19 cases hitting a two-month low.
Indian shares recovered from early losses to end higher on Friday in a volatile session, as a pullback in U.S. Treasury yields from 14-month highs brought back some risk appetite into the market, which has fallen nearly 2% this week.
Indian shares dropped the most in nearly four weeks on Friday, ending down over 1%, as investors locked in profits following the benchmark indexes hitting multiple record highs this week and as a proposed U.S. stimulus package failed to surprise.
Indian shares ended higher on Thursday as investor sentiment got a boost from the federal government's nod to open movie theatres, a surge in September auto sales numbers and data showing a rebound in factory activity in September.
Shares of India's two largest multiplex operators PVR Ltd and Inox Leisure Ltd surged in morning trading on Thursday, after the government said it would allow states to reopen movie theatres at half their capacity from Oct. 15 after remaining shut for six months.
Indian shares rose on Monday, led by banking stocks on hopes that the government may offer support and infuse some capital into the sector, with gains in global markets also aiding investor sentiment.
Walt Disney Co's streaming service Disney+ Hotstar plans to premiere seven big ticket Bollywood films originally meant for theatrical release this year, as it seeks to expand its lead in subscribers over rivals Netflix and Amazon's Prime Video.
Amazon Prime Video, Amazon's streaming service, will screen several new Indian films originally meant for theatrical release this month, sparking protests from cinema owners as the novel coronavirus outbreak upends Bollywood.
India's film industry, purveyor of song-and-dance spectacles to millions, will take at least two years to recover financially from the coronavirus pandemic, which is threatening big-ticket projects, putting at risk tens of thousands of jobs.
Indian shares erased early gains to sink lower on Wednesday, with heavy losses in financial stocks, as fears of the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic eclipsed hopes of stimulus to buttress the world economy.
Indian shares swung between gains and losses on Wednesday, as investors weighed new headlines on the fallout of the coronavirus against hopes of a policy stimulus to combat the outbreak.
Indian shares rose in volatile trade on Tuesday, mirroring gains in U.S. stock futures amid hopes of further government support to combat the coronavirus outbreak, which has disrupted businesses and stoked fears of a global recession.
Indian shares sank on Monday as the U.S. Federal Reserve's emergency move to cut rates back to near zero and disappointing economic data out of China spooked investors about the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on global growth.
Reliance Industries <RELI.NS> shares saw their biggest intraday rise in more than a decade on Tuesday, after the company set a target to reach zero net debt in 18 months and vowed to reward shareholders with higher dividends and periodic bonus issues.
* Reliance shares surge over 12% after Monday's AGM announcements
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