RIL in driver’s seat in $ 74 bn green hydrogen opportunity

RIL's green hydrogen foray is part of its Net Carbon Zero target by 2035. Falling renewable cost and scale economics will lower green hydrogen cost. Given the capex intensity, RIL's strong balance sheet and backward integration puts it in the driver's seat in the US$ 74 billion opportunity, foreign brokerage, Jefferies said in a report.

RIL announces plan to move into $100bn FMCG market

Margin profiles for FMCG businesses are superior to that of grocery retailers with gross margins of 40-60 per cent and EBITDA margin of 15-25 per cent versus 15 per cent and 9 per cent, respectively, for DMart.

Sensex loses 350 points, RIL shares down 2%

Manish Hathiramani, technical analyst with Deen Dayal Investments said: "The markets opened on a soft note this morning. The support for the Nifty is currently at 17,250 and as long as that holds, traders can consider a buy on dips approach for a target of 17,450."