Morning News Round-Up : 05 Jan

Ø  Manufacturing sector grew gradually in 2014; more growth eyed in 2015

Ø  Changes in land laws balances development: FM

Ø  Economy to witness 6.5% growth: Morgan Stanley

Ø  FM Arun Jaitley says state banks need more autonomy

Ø  Energy cos need to invest more in R&D: Pachauri

Ø  Titagarh Wagons eyes Rs 120 crore exports in FY16

Ø  Govt to take up 36 FDI proposals on Jan 22

Ø  Fertilizer Min seeks Rs 12,500 cr for paying urea subsidy

Ø  MF houses bat for a mix of trail and upfront commissions

Ø  Fertilizer Min seeks Rs 12,500 cr for paying urea subsidy

Ø  BSE seeks simpler norms for stock exchanges going public

Ø  Norms tightened for appointment of agents by insurers

Ø  Infosys changes results announcement timing to Friday evening

Ø  Stake sale in PSU banks only at ‘appropriate valuation’: Jayant Sinha

Ø  Safeguard duty imposed on sodium citrate imports

Ø  Dhunseri Tea takes on long lease packeting factory of gr co

Ø   IOC-Adani joint venturegets City Gas contract   

Ø  Manufacturers see better capacity utilisation: RBI survey

Ø  Government unveils road map for new accounting standards

Ø  Sugar mills are likely to stay crushed in 2015, too

Ø  Deepak Fertilisers not to make counterbid for MCFL

Ø  Xiaomi doubles revenue to $12 billion as phone sales surge 227%

Ø  Use public buildings for optical fibre project: DoT

Ø  Power regulators to get more legal teeth

Ø  Textile export subsidy under WTO scanner

Ø  Unions’ threats may create hurdles for govt’s public sector bank reform push

Ø  Coal unions boycott govt meet; to go on 5-day strike from Tuesday

Ø  Vijay Mallya may not sell Mangalore Chemicals shares

Ø  MF assets up 4.33% in Oct-Dec quarter

Ø  Iron ore, steel industry to turn around this year

Ø  FII equity inflows hit 10-month low of Rs 2,100 cr in Dec

Ø  Reliance Cap expects boost in insurance biz in 2015

Ø  GDR route under scanner for routing black money

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