Morning News Round-up:

Ø  India’s GDP will be bigger than Japan, Germany combined: IMF 

Ø  China to unveil plan for Silk Road project next week

Ø  Wipro’s chief marketing officer Puneet Chandra quits

Ø  Euro zone stimulus provides impetus to gold market
Ø  Markets retreat ahead of US Fed meet; HDFC dips 1.7%

Ø  Lupin to acquire additional 40% stake in SA’s Pharma Dynamics

Ø  Holcim rejects 42-bn-euro merger with Lafarge

Ø  Banks show sharp growth in advance tax collections for Q4 

Ø  Sikka bets on open source platform to tap new business for Infosys 

Ø  MCX sells MCX-SX warrants worth Rs. 8 crore to IL&FS

Ø  Sensex falls to 1-month closing low ahead of Fed meet; metal, FMCG stocks decline

Ø  WPI inflation drops to – 2.06% in February on oil price slide 
Ø   Inox Wind to raise Rs7 billion to double capacity in India

Ø  Sutlej Textiles approves buying Birla Textile Mills

Ø  L&T Infotech wins $10 million contract from Rail Vikas Nigam

Ø  Llyod’s in talks with Irda to set up re-insurance business in India

Ø  Rupee closes 16 paise stronger against dollar at 62.81

Ø  Snapdeal all set to buy GoJavas for Rs 200 cr

Ø  Electric vehicles may take 2-5% of Indian market in few years

Ø  India world’s largest importer of weapons, military equipment
Ø  Lower utilisation levels to cut steel sector’s growth in FY15

Ø  DLF shares gain over 4.5 per cent as cheer continues over SAT order

Ø  Auto industry concerned as interest in India-EU FTA revives

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