Morning News Round-up:

Ø  Sebi move may spoil F&O party for retail investors

Ø  ‘Enough space for China banks to complement India’

Ø  Sebi to fix strict enforcement timelines, focus on refund

Ø  Govt misses tax collection target by Rs 2,288 crore in FY’15

Ø  Nepal to establish Rs 200 billion fund for reconstruction

Ø  Vedanta to kick off mega debt recast plan

Ø  PE deals worth nearly $2 bn sealed in April: Thornton

Ø  WPI inflation to dip further to (-)3% in May: Report

Ø  HDIL in talks to sell 200 acre land in Baroda, Hyderabad

Ø  ‘NTPC, DVC owe Rs 9,000 cr to Coal India’

Ø  India announces $1 bn credit line to Mongolia

Ø  UBI to bank on mining, steel sectors for turnaround

Ø  NSE corners 80% share in FII inflows into equities

Ø  Corp Bank abandons plans to take over ailing Rupee Bank

Ø  CII in joint task force to formulate national capital goods policy

Ø  TPL Renewable looking to buy wind, solar power assets

Ø  DCM Shriram unlikely to invest more in urea business

Ø  Tata Steel nears UK plants sale: report

Ø  Airtel gets $2.5 billion credit line from China banks

Ø  ICICI Bank chief wants wider funding sources for India infrastructure

Ø  Apollo Tyres plans to set up sales unit in Malaysia

Ø  GVK Power and Infrastructure suffers Q4 net loss of Rs109 cr

Ø  Top seven companies add Rs 34,645.72 crore in market valuation

Ø  Indian Railways facing shortage of 2,000 wagons daily

Ø  Airtel Zero, defeat net neutrality concept: MTNL

Ø  LIC buys shares worth Rs 16,400 cr in 12 Sensex companies

Ø  Sweden keen to build smart cities in India via PPP mode

Ø  Govt contains fiscal deficit at 4%; beats its own target

Ø  Equity MF managers try to stay calm after market crash

Ø  Transition to low-carbon future can create jobs

Ø  Crude prices may not sustain recovery as glut still exists

Ø  Emerson Process eyes automation opportunity in pharma companies

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