Collections, cash flows of top-3 realtors hit in Q1

However, both developers as well as analysts are hopeful that these business metrics will pick up once activity resumes. Collections from customers, cash flows, and sales realisation went south for DLF, Godrej Properties, and Oberoi Realty – the top three developers – in the June quarter (Q1FY21), with construction activity coming to a halt in April and May. However, both […]

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First Solar’s Stock Boom Brings New Investor Dilemma

It is not unusual to see big stock price moves after earnings. Some companies that beat earnings and revenue expectations are rewarded handily. Shares of First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) surged on Friday after it beat earnings, but the stock price reaction is in conflict with two key analyst upgrades from the same day. When First Solar reported earnings on […]

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Rush shipping is often free. But the environment could be paying for it

New York (CNN Business)Shopping online during the upcoming holiday season could get more expensive if it’s delivered by UPS. The company will begin imposing surcharges of several dollars on companies that ship a huge amount of items this fall and early winter, anticipating rising costs as more more people shop online because of coronavirus. The new fees would cost several […]

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If you have a Chase business card, you could earn up to 50,000 points on shipping and online advertising purchases through October

This article is brought to you by the Personal Finance Insider team. It has not been reviewed, approved, or otherwise endorsed by any of the issuers listed. Some of the offers you see on this page are from our partners, like Citi and American Express, but our coverage is always independent. Thanks to a new promotion, select Chase business credit […]

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Germany and France quit WHO reform talks amid tension with Washington

France and Germany have quit talks on reforming the World Health Organization in frustration at attempts by the United States to lead the negotiations, despite its decision to leave the WHO, three officials told Reuters. The move is a setback for President Donald Trump as Washington, which holds the rotating chair of the G7, had hoped to issue a common […]

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Hawaii reinstates coronavirus restrictions: 'There's no question that the virus is surging'

Hawaii Gov. David Ige will reinstate restrictions to curb the spread of the coronvirus as cases in the state continue to grow.  Ige said he will reinstate inter-island travel restrictions beginning on Tuesday, ordering travelers arriving in Kauai, Hawaii, Maui and Kalawao counties to quarantine for 14 days. Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell said the almost 300 city and county parks […]

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Tech stocks will still be ‘the winner’ in near future despite rising US-China tensions, Nasdaq rally, Deutsche Bank says

CNBC TV Tuan Huynh, Deutsche Bank Wealth Management CIO for Europe and Asia, told CNBC on Friday that tech stocks will still be “the winner” in the near and long term, despite the Nasdaq’s rally and rising US-China tensions. The tech sector has benefited from the digital way of life that the pandemic has brought on, Huynh said. Visit Business […]

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Swiss Re Slips To H1 Loss, Says Confident In Outlook; Stock Up

Reinsurer Swiss Re reported Friday a loss in its first half, compared to prior year’s profit, mainly reflecting claims and reserves related to COVID-19 outbreak. The results also were hurt by large natural catastrophe losses. Net premiums earned and fee income, however, increased from last year. Looking forward, the company said it is confident in the outlook. Swiss Re shares […]

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