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Bajaj Finserv’s EMI Store unveils cashback offer of up to Rs 3,000 on Sony home theatre systems, sound bars

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21/07/2021 - 12:22

Customers planning to purchase a home theatre system can shop for it online on No Cost EMIs starting Rs. 1,111 on the EMI Store


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  31. Jatra, Tamasha, Yakshagana and Nautanki: A look at India’s traditional folk drama forms on World Theatre Day (27/03/2021 - Financial Express)
    Most of these theatre forms of folk arts are slowly disappearing after independence as Hindi films have become more popular with the masses.
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  32. Theatre Command Effectiveness: Indian Air Force Distinctiveness is the key (06/07/2021 - Financial Express)
    While the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) and his department are yet to define the Theatre Command concept clearly to satisfy the military experts, the re-distribution of a crucial fighting air arm based on incomplete appreciation of modern warfare has fanned controversy.
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  33. Home Smart Home: Variety of products to offer (27/02/2021 - Financial Express)
    Home automation is on the rise and so is a shift towards minimalism. The future home, experts say, will be a combination of function, aesthetics and sustainability
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  34. Analyst Corner: Downgrade Bajaj Finance to ‘hold’ with TP of Rs 6,390 (23/07/2021 - Financial Express)
    Bajaj Finance (BAF IN) reported net profit of Rs 10bn (+4% y-o-y/-26% q-o-q.
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  35. ICICI Bank HPCL Super Saver Credit Card launched – Check features, rewards and benefits (20/07/2021 - Financial Express)
    The card offers 5% cashback on spends on fuel at HPCL retail outlets which includes 4% cashback and 1% surcharge waiver.
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  36. Disney and Sony confirm deal to exclusive rights to stream Sony films (22/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    LOS ANGELES, April 21 (Reuters) - Walt Disney Co said on Wednesday it had reached a deal with Sony Pictures to bring new "Spider-Man" movies and other films to Disney's streaming services and TV networks in the United States after they play on Netflix. Disney also secured rights to offer hundreds of older Sony films much sooner, including "Jumanji" and "Hotel Transylvania." The company said it will add a significant number of Sony titles to Hulu starting in June. Disney and Sony stocks open higher on Tokyo exchange. Interesting timing right after Netflix missed subscriber earnings. With Disney Plus, Hulu, ESPN , NFL, and parks having reopened may see strong numbers next month and increased guidance if they feel they've taken a market share. Personally long on DIS as it's a reopening, tech, entertainment play all in one and I like their strong following on Wandavision, Mandalorian, and Marvel universe related content. The Walt Disney Company [DIS] reports in mid-May. News here: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/disney-sony-streaming-deal-may-finally-bring-spider-man-to-disney-11619045138?siteid=yhoof2 https://www.benzinga.com/news/21/04/20739144/disney-strikes-deal-with-sony-to-stream-movies-after-netflix-window-expiry-what-you-should-know   submitted by   /u/Kevwint [link]   [comments]
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  37. Interview: GYANENDRA SINGH, Head of Audio, Sony India: Hybrid working has influenced the demand for audio in India (22/06/2021 - Financial Express)
    In the personal audio segment, work from home (WFH), learn from home (LFH) and workout at home have given further impetus to the already strong demand for headphones.
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  38. Maharashtra lockdown: Global art organisations, theatre and entertainment keep people at home (30/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    The surge in cases and from the very beginning of the outbreak last year, the COVID-19, has divided the societies across the globe.
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  39. Home Depot tinder offer by Tutanota LLC? (02/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    This just popped up on my feed I don’t quite understand what this company is doing. They did this to Microsoft last month. Microsoft popped up. Microsoft has now pulled back. is this a legal way to goose a stock upwards? Home Depot is currently trading at $314 a share. This tender offer is for $360 a share if it gets to that price. Is this a legal way for some hedge to pump a stock upwards? Home Depot board suggest shareholders reject this tender offer. https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-home-depot-recommends-shareholders-reject-mini-tender-offer-by-tutanota-llc-301303472.html   submitted by   /u/KCGuy59 [link]   [comments]
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  40. What is a store credit card? (01/04/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Who doesn’t love getting a little bit extra for their shopping? Store credit cards can offer discounts or money off vouchers. But they can also tie you into shopping with one retailer. We take a look at what they are and what you need to consider before getting one. What is a store card? A store card is a credit card issued by a retailer. Typically, it can only be used with that specific store, although that is not always the case these days. Retailers like to offer store credit cards in order to guarantee customer loyalty. So you will most likely be offered discounts off your shopping or receive invitations to exclusive shopping events if you are a cardholder. A store card operates in the same way as a credit card. So you buy things using your card, and then you are required to pay off the balance at the end of the month. And just like a credit card, if you fail to pay off the balance in full you will be charged interest. [top_pitch] What is the difference between a store card and a credit card? A store card is essentially a credit card, but it is designed for use at a particular retail chain. It is important to not confuse a store card with a credit card linked to a store. John Lewis Partnership, Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Asda all offer a store-branded credit card. But the key difference is that these cards can be used anywhere. They are not tied to being used only in the named chain. The traditional store credit card is different in that it is restricted for use at the specified retail chain. This is obviously great if you shop at that retailer a lot. But it can feel restrictive and it may not be the best deal overall. [middle_pitch] What are the advantages and disadvantages? As with anything, there are good and bad aspects to these types of cards. Let’s take a look. Advantages Discounts: A big perk of having a store credit card is that you will often receive discounts or other special offers. These will either come in the form of money off vouchers or a percentage off your bill. Other perks: You may find that as a store credit cardholder you will get exclusive access to presale events. You may also be offered other perks such as free delivery on online orders. Disadvantages Higher interest: The main thing to be aware of when it comes to a store credit card is that the interest rate tends to be higher than that of a regular credit card. In some cases, you could be looking as high as 30%. This is not a problem if you pay off your balance in full each month. However, if you leave any sort of outstanding balance, you could see your interest charges rise quite rapidly. Restrictive: By their nature, these types of cards can only be used with one retail chain. If you don’t use that particular chain that frequently, or need to use a credit card for other things, then it may not be the right kind of card for you. Impact on your credit score: Having a store credit card will affect your credit score. Lenders take into account all of your open credit accounts, so you may find that holding a card like this could impact future credit applications. Are they different to reward cards? Yes, they are different to reward credit cards. While a store credit card may offer discounts and perks, a reward credit card enables you to collect points every time you shop, no matter where you choose to use it. Reward points can typically then be used for money off your bill or you can exchange the points for vouchers. For example, credit cards that help you earn Nectar points or are part of the Tesco Clubcard scheme are a form of reward credit card. While they can be attached to a retailer, they are different from a store credit card because you can earn these reward points through other retailers too. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading Why I’d buy Next shares now Why the easyJet share price doesn’t tempt me What is an innovative finance ISA, or IFISA? How does the UK State Pension work for immigrants? Should I buy Royal Mail shares now that it’s paying a one-off dividend? The post What is a store credit card? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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  41. Lions Gate taps Sony for physical home entertainment distribution (26/02/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  42. Secure your family’s future by investing in a Bajaj Finance online FD (01/07/2021 - Financial Express)
    With Bajaj Finance online FD, you can reap stable returns without exposing your investments to market movements. Read here for more information.
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  43. : Disney, Sony streaming deal may finally bring ‘Spider-Man’ to Disney+ (22/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Walt Disney Co. and Sony Pictures announced a multi-year licensing deal Wednesday giving Disney streaming rights for upcoming Sony movies after their initial runs on Netflix Inc., starting in 2022 and running through 2026.
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  44. : Disney, Sony streaming deal may finally bring ‘Spider-Man’ to Disney+ (22/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Walt Disney Co. and Sony Pictures announced a multi-year licensing deal Wednesday giving Disney streaming rights for upcoming Sony movies after their initial runs on Netflix Inc., starting in 2022 and running through 2026.
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  45. Ramco Systems, EXSYN to jointly offer aircraft data migration service (13/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    Chennai-headquartered aviation software provider Ramco Systems has partnered with the Netherlands -based EXSYN to offer joint implementation of services in the critical area of aircraft data migration.
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  46. Screen Villain: Radhe’s digital release pinches theatre-owners, but their decision to boycott the film is flawed (14/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    In any case, digital/OTT is a front of competition that theatre-owners have to contend with; while the pandemic may have pushed up OTT/digital viewership, nominal data rates and sachet-pricing for OTT subscriptions for viewing on phone-screens have been important factors too.
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  47. Jubilant Foodworks: ‘Buy’ with revised FV of Rs 3,400 (18/06/2021 - Financial Express)
    Store expansion gathers pace: JUBI's 4Q print was in line with expectations. Store openings were higher than expected and ahead of guidance: 50 new Domino's stores (gross) in 4Q (134 in FY2021 versus guidance of 100). JUBI is well placed to accelerate Domino's store network expansion and investments in new brands offer optionality. We believe […]
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  48. Sony YAY! ramps up content production; expects surge in viewership (11/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    Sony Pictures Networks India’s kids channel will be producing 500-550 new episodes in 2021
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  49. The Escape Home: Buying a vacation home with friends? Call a lawyer first (18/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    The idea of co-owning a vacation home with your best friends or siblings may sound like a great idea. Until you talk to lawyers.
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