Maruti Suzuki Q4 Results: Net profit rises 58% YoY to Rs 1,839 crore 

Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL) reported a 58% YoY increase in net profit to Rs 1,839 crore for the quarter ended March (Q4 FY22). Its revenue from operations rose 11% YoY to Rs 25,514 crore during the same period. The automaker sold 4,88,830 vehicles in Q4, registering a 0.7% YoY decline. Lower sales promotion costs helped MSIL outweigh the impact of high raw material costs and global semiconductor shortages.

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IRDAI hikes exposure limit for insurers in BFSI sector to 30%

The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has permitted insurers to have exposure to financial and insurance activities up to 30% of their investment assets. This move will give insurance companies more flexibility to invest and could help improve returns. IRDAI has also proposed rationalisation and standardised administration of group health policies.

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IndusInd Bank Q4 Results: Net profit rises 55% YoY to Rs 1,361  crore

IndusInd Bank reported a 55.3% YoY increase in consolidated net profit to Rs 1,361 crore for the quarter ended March (Q4 FY22). Its net interest income (NII) rose 13% YoY (or 5% QoQ) to Rs 7,860 crore during the same period. [NII is the difference between the interest income a bank earns on loans and the interest it pays depositors.] The bank’s provisions and contingencies declined by 21.5% YoY to Rs 1,464 crore in Q4.

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UltraTech Cement Q4 Results: Net profit rises 47% YoY to Rs 2,614 crore

UltraTech Cement Ltd reported a 47% YoY increase in net profit to Rs 2,613.75 crore for the quarter ended March (Q4 FY22). Its revenue from operations rose 9.45% YoY to Rs 15,767.28 crore during the same period. Sales volumes fell 0.3% YoY to 27.69 million tonnes (MT) in Q4. The cement manufacturer’s board has declared a dividend of Rs 38 per equity share. 

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IDBI Bank privatisation process on: DIPAM Secretary

DIPAM Secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey said IDBI Bank’s privatisation process is on, and the quantum of stake sale will be decided after the roadshow is complete. The government may decide to sell its entire stake in one go or in tranches depending on the investors’ response. The Indian government holds a 45.48% stake in the bank, while LIC holds a 49.24% stake.

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Wipro Q4 Results: Net profit rises 4% YoY to Rs 3,092 crore

Wipro Limited reported a 4% YoY increase in consolidated net profit to Rs 3,092 crore for the quarter ended March (Q4 FY22). Its revenue from operations rose 28% YoY to Rs 20,860 crore during the same period. The IT company closed 37 large deals resulting in a total contract value (TCV) of over $2.3 billion in FY22.

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Tata Motors unveils Avinya concept EV

Tata Motors has unveiled a new electric SUV Concept named “Avinya” based on its latest Pure EV third-generation architecture. The concept promises more than 500 km range on a single charge cycle. It could come with dual electric motors, each powering one axle and sending power to all four wheels. The automaker aims to introduce the new EV by 2025.

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SBI Cards Q4 Results: Net profit jumps 231% YoY to Rs 581 crore

SBI Cards & Payment Services Ltd reported a 231% YoY jump in consolidated net profit to Rs 581 crore for the quarter ended March (Q4 FY22). Its revenue from operations rose 22.91% YoY to Rs 2,319 crore during the same period. Earnings before credit costs increased by 25% YoY to Rs 1,172 crore in Q4. Total operating costs stood at Rs 1,577 crore, up 23% YoY.

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PVR to bring opera-inspired auditorium concept Oma Cinema to India

PVR Cinemas has entered into an exclusive partnership with Oma Cinemas to roll out opera house-inspired cinemas in India. Oma Cinemas is a premium auditorium concept created by noted French architect Pierre Chican. Its unique tiered balconies (or pods) provide viewers with a sociable cinema experience while enjoying a perfect view of the screen.

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Varroc Engineering to sell Europe, Americas 4-wheeler lighting business for $631 million

Varroc Engineering Ltd will sell its four-wheeler lighting system operations in the Americas and Europe to France’s Compagnie Plastic Omnium for $630.96 million. The company will continue to operate its China joint venture and its other businesses in countries such as Italy, Vietnam, Poland, and Romania. The divestment is part of its strategy to focus on the two-wheeler sector globally and electric vehicle product lines.

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