*Dimensions sees pre-election rally; picks midcaps to buy.
*India to weather bad days; cling to exports: Macquarie.
*India story intact, investors reposing confidence: Sharma.
*’India difficult place for biz, yet confident of progress’: Merck Serono.
*AAPnomics is disastrous for India: Ajay Piramal.
*Use selloff to hedge; bullish on US growth: John Woods.
*US has reversed 2008-like downturn: Bain Capital’s Pagliuca.
*Samsung pledges higher dividend after record payout.
*iPhones with larger displays set to hit markets soon.
*Syrian group hacks CNN social media accounts.
*Japan’s Mitsui, Chubu in energy tie-ups with Indian firms.
*Optimistic on India; 2014 to be better than 2013: Nissan.
*Glenmark Q3 PAT seen down 14% to Rs 184cr on high base.
*See recovery in Q4; no impact on new NBFC norms: M&M Fin.
*See 22% rev growth for FY14 and FY15 : Bajaj Electricals.
*Two killed in mishap at Essar Power’s Salaya plant.
*PEC floats export tenders for 155,000 tonnes wheat.
*Private banks focus on cost control to improve earnings.
*DMK suspends former union minister M K Alagiri temporarily.
*Amara Raja extends gains amid Q3 profit despite weak demand.
*Canara Bank turns ex-dividend; stock down 6%.
*GVK may sell stake in Indonesia airport projects: Sources.
*FM may announce new pension scheme for EPFO subscribers.
*Recast norms for restructured loans good for NBFCs: SREI.
*PE funds return to Indian real estate; focus on niche areas.
*Sonia Gandhi’s office refers jewellers demand to Anand Sharma.
*Ranbaxy tanks 20% as USFDA bans Ranbaxy’s Toansa API plant, finds manufacturing standard violations.
*NMDC : Board to take up dividend issue by February 14.
*Asian shares sag on China anxiety, emerging currencies routed.
*Sensex falls over 200 pts; metals extend losses, banks weak.
*FinMin sure of achieving 4.8% fiscal deficit target.
*I-T Dept restrains Cairn Energy from selling India stake.