Tata Motors Ltd (TAMO.BO)
Markets remained on edge through the week on increasing trade tensions between the United States and its key trade partners, including China. Rising oil prices stoked fears that inflation will accelerate back home and the trade deficit could widen. The rupee falling to lifetime lows also played havoc.
Canada's BlackBerry Ltd signaled slowing sales in its software and services business as it switches to a subscription-based model, sending its shares down nearly 10 percent.
June 22 Canada's BlackBerry Ltd signaled slowing sales in its software and services business as it switches to a subscription-based model, sending its shares down nearly 10 percent.
Indian stock markets were optimistic during the week as crude oil prices dropped and the rupee recovered. Investors’ mood also tracked positive global cues as U.S. President Donald Trump revived a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
* Q4 expenses up 19 pct (Adds details on results, background)
May 23 India's Tata Motors Ltd said on Wednesday fourth quarter profit halved, coming in sharply below estimates.
* BOARD APPROVES SALE OF COMPANY'S DEFENSE BUSINESS TO TATA ADVANCED SYSTEMS, A WHOLLY-OWNED SUBSIDIARY OF TATA SONS LIMITED
May 2 Indian shares were little changed on Wednesday as gains in auto stocks on the back of solid monthly sales offset losses in IT counters after HCL Technologies Ltd posted a lower-than-expected March quarter profit.
* SAYS APRIL DOMESTIC SALES OF TATA COMMERCIAL AND PASSENGER VEHICLES AT 53,511 UNITS, UP 86 PERCENT
* SAYS NCLT APPROVED SCHEME OF MERGER AND ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN TML DRIVELINES LIMITED AND CO Source text: http://bit.ly/2HZnxPI Further company coverage: