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Raymond Ltd (RYMD.NS)

RYMD.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

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Volume
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

India's Raymond Sept-Qtr Profit Rises
Thursday, 25 Oct 2018 

Oct 25 (Reuters) - Raymond Ltd ::SEPT QUARTER CONSOL NET PROFIT 628.9 MILLION RUPEES VERSUS PROFIT OF 599.4 MILLION RUPEES LAST YEAR.SEPT QUARTER CONSOL REVENUE FROM OPERATIONS 18.48 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 15.95 BILLION RUPEES LAST YEAR.  Full Article

India's Raymond Posts June-Qtr Consol Net Profit
Tuesday, 31 Jul 2018 

July 31 (Reuters) - Raymond Ltd ::JUNE QUARTER CONSOL NET PROFIT 200,000 RUPEES VERSUS LOSS OF 72.5 MILLION RUPEES LAST YEAR.JUNE QUARTER CONSOL REVENUE FROM OPERATIONS 12.51 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 11.97 BILLION RUPEES LAST YEAR.  Full Article

India's Raymond Posts Dec Qtr Consol Profit
Wednesday, 24 Jan 2018 

Jan 24 (Reuters) - Raymond Ltd ::DEC QUARTER CONSOL NET PROFIT 288.4 MILLION RUPEES VERSUS LOSS OF 158.4 MILLION RUPEES LAST YEAR.DEC QUARTER CONSOL REVENUE FROM OPERATIONS 14.84 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 13.07 BILLION RUPEES LAST YEAR.  Full Article

Raymond FMCG business to expand with 'One Park Avenue'‍​
Thursday, 16 Nov 2017 

Nov 16 (Reuters) - Raymond Ltd :Says Raymond FMCG business to expand with 'One Park Avenue'‍​.Brand to expand to middle-east, Bangladesh, Nepal, with phase 2 plan to enter Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Myanmar in next six months‍​.  Full Article

India's Raymond Sept-qtr consol profit more than doubles
Tuesday, 24 Oct 2017 

Oct 24 (Reuters) - Raymond Ltd :Sept quarter consol net profit 599.4 million rupees versus profit 250.1 million rupees last year.Sept quarter consol revenue from operations 15.95 billion rupees versus 15.53 billion rupees last year.  Full Article

India's cotton output may hit 9-year low, curb exports - trade

MUMBAI, Dec 6 India's annual cotton output could drop 12 percent to the lowest in nine years as limited rainfall in the top two producing states has slashed crop yields, potentially cutting exports from the world's top producer, industry officials said.