User: divya_rrs Topic: Bombay
Category: Real Estate
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Warehousing space leasing at over 10 mn sq ft in 2016: CBRE 17.2.2017 Most Popular
Companies from engineering, manufacturing sector leased 22% of the total space transacted in 2016
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After 100 days of note ban, it is business as usual in real estate 17.2.2017 News
In Mumbai, builders have once again started asking for part payment in cash
Business as usual 16.2.2017 Latest News
After 100 days of note ban, it is business as usual in some markets
Hotspot: Ambarnath, MMR 16.2.2017 Business Standard: Today
The civic and social infrastructure here is growing rapidly
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Home loan growth to slow down in FY17 15.2.2017 ET: Finance / Insurance
Reduction in MCLR by various banks could lead to increased competition and balance transfers, especially in the prime salaried segment, the report said.
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10 years on, BEST gets back Mulund plot from developer for new bus station 15.2.2017 TOI: Mumbai
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PE inflows in realty touches 9-year high at Rs 39,900 crore in 2016 15.2.2017 All Companies Stories
Mumbai saw the highest share of inflow at 32% of the total private equity investments
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Sensex tanks 184 pts on earnings pain, Fed stance 15.2.2017 Deccan Herald - Breaking News Rss Feeds
 Disappointing corporate earnings weighed on equities for the second straight session today, sending benchmark Sensex tumbling 184 points to a two-week closing low of 28,155, while hawkish comments from US Fed chair Janet Yellen heightened capital outflow fears.Auto, realty and pharma counters took a big hit. Profit- booking by retail investors dragged small-cap and mid-cap indices lower by 1.52 per cent and 1.16 per cent, respectively.On the global front, concerns of capital outflows from emerging economies, including India, intensified after Yellen said the Fed will probably need to raise i
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Sensex tumbles, ends at two-week low of 28,155 15.2.2017 DNA: Money
Disappointing corporate earnings weighed on equities for the second straight session on Wednesday, sending benchmark Sensex tumbling 184 points to a two-week closing low of 28,155, while hawkish comments from US Fed chair Janet Yellen heightened capital outflow fears. Auto, realty and pharma counters took a big hit. Profit- booking by retail investors dragged small-cap and mid-cap indices lower by 1.52% and 1.16%, respectively. On the global front, concerns of capital outflows from emerging economies, including India, intensified after Yellen said the Fed will probably need to raise interest rates at its upcoming meet in March. After opening lower, the BSE Sensex bounced back briefly to hit a high of 28,382.32 on rebound in select stocks. The gauge finally settled 183.75 points or 0.65% lower at 28,155.56, its lowest closing since February 1 when it had ended at 28,141.64. It had shed 12.31 points in the previous session. The NSE Nifty ended 67.60 points or 0.77% down at 8,724.70. Intra-day, it moved ...
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Blackstone looks to exit through multiple Reits 15.2.2017 Latest News
Wants tie up with top developers of office properties
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Piramal lends Rs 2,000 crore under LRD scheme 15.2.2017 Latest News
It has recently approved two investments under LRD against assets in Mumbai and NCR
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Sensex plunges 190 points in late morning trade 15.2.2017 Budget 2017, Income Tax - India Budget 2017 Updates, Union Budget 2017 Latest News, Railway Budget 2017 | Times of India
The BSE benchmark sensex nosedived almost 190 points in late morning deals following losses in auto, healthcare, realty, power and consumer durables stocks.
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Sensex trips 69 pts in early trade on weak corporate earnings 15.2.2017 deccanherald.com
The market benchmark BSE Sensex extended its losses for the second straight day, falling over 69 points in early trade today on sustained selling by investors amid disappointing corporate earnings. The 30-share Sensex fell further by 69.39 points, or 0.24 per cent, to 28,269.92 with auto, realty, healthcare and consumer durables stocks leading the fall. The gauge had lost 12.31 points in the previous session. The NSE Nifty fell by 17.10 points, or 0.19 per cent, to 8,775.20. Brokers said that apart from profit-booking in recent gainers by investors, disappointing earnings by some bluechips companies like Tata Motors and Sun Pharma dampened sentiment. Shares of Tata Motors continued to remain under pressure and tanked 7.81 per cent to Rs 448.80 after the company yesterday reported a steep 96.22 per cent decline in consolidated net profit for the December quarter. Stocks of Sun Pharma too plunged by 3.28 per cent to Rs 628.80 on sustained selling by participants after the company reported 4.72 per cent ...
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2 ‘drunk’ men held for pushing GRP cop down Nalasopara station stairs 14.2.2017 TOI: Mumbai
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Two drunken men held for assaulting cop in Mumbai 14.2.2017 TOI: Mumbai
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How GVK pipped GMR to bag Navi Mumbai airport bid 14.2.2017 Rediff: Business
Offers 12.60% in revenue share to Cidco, while only other bidder GMR offered 10.44%.
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Adv: Don't procrastinate buying your dream home 14.2.2017 TOI: Home
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Why Navi Mumbai airport bid has a lower revenue share component 14.2.2017 Latest News
Experts say higher project risks and absence of commercial development opportunity could be reasons for 10-12 per cent revenue share
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GVK beats GMR bid to build Rs 16,000 crore Navi Mumbai airport 14.2.2017 TOI: Mumbai
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GVK-led consortium wins bid 14.2.2017 Hindu: News
Only two of four pre-qualified bidders submitted financial bids to CIDCO; final approval by Maharashtra Cabinet
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