Morning News Round-up:

Ø  India may be third biggest economy by 2030: Report

Ø  Foreign bank alerts Sebi on HNI kickbacks

Ø  ‘Libor-like rate to help fasten policy transmission’

Ø  280 mn people don’t have power connection: Piyush Goyal

Ø  Sebi moves to US court over Sahara jet sale

Ø  Inflation data; TCS, RIL earnings key for stock markets

Ø  Sesa Sterlite’s iron ore, oil output dips in FY 2014-15

Ø  Govt gets Rs 32,300 cr upfront from spectrum sale

Ø  Seller reaps $1.5 bn gain from ONGC’s stake buy in Mozambique

Ø  Mospi to issue GDP back-series data by year-end

Ø  DoP to seek Cabinet nod for 240 cr to set up Post Bank

Ø  LIC ups holding in NMDC to 10%, stake valued at Rs 5,440 cr

Ø  SpiceJet expands fleet, inducts 3 wet-leased Boeing 737s

Ø  ‘Commodity trade needs strong regulator ’

Ø  Minimum investment for CPSE ETF to be cut

Ø  Wockhardt Hospitals wins Golden Globe Tiger HR awards

Ø  Saudi’s oil output projected at 9.8 mbpd this year

Ø   Saudi Arabia dismisses Iran calls for Yemen ceasefire

Ø  Knitwear exports from Tirupur cross Rs. 20,000 cr  

Ø  PC shipments decline in Q1; mobile PCs, hybrids pick up

Ø  Govt to make skill certification mandatory for public sector jobs

Ø  HDFC cuts retail prime lending rate by 20 basis points

Ø  RBI takes the CSO’s new growth estimates with a spadeful of salt

Ø  Marriott International to open 52 hotels in India in 5 years

Ø  India’s exports may fall short by $30-32 bn in 2014-15

Ø   2 Financial Institutions release 13.5 cr pledged shares of GMR Infra

Ø  MF  mark FY15 with Rs 40K cr equity inflow; first in 6 yrs

Ø  PM Narendra Modi meets top German business leaders

Ø  Foreign fund inflows cross Rs 81k cr mark in 2015

Ø  BSE hopes to operationalise IFSC exchange in 12-18 months

Ø  SBI cuts home loan interest rate by up to 0.25%

Ø  Zuari group firming up plans to consolidate MCFL stake

Ø  When Rajan and Subramanian got flak at IMF for a leaked paper!

Ø  Delhi HC asks steel company to pay Coal India 3 months’ holding cost for coal stock

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