Morning News Round-up:

Ø  IMF warns of huge financial hole as Greek vote looms

Ø  ED attaches land worth Rs 1K cr in US fraud case

Ø  Strong dollar knocks off $1 tn from US pension assets

Ø  BP settles US 2010 oil spill claims for $18.7 billion

Ø  Cabinet gives nod to new skill and entrepreneurship policy

Ø  Rajat Gupta fails to void insider trading conviction

Ø  Growth is picking up, says Raghuram Rajan

Ø  Airtel sells towers in 5 African countries for $1.3 bn

Ø  FII- MAT tussle stuck at ‘place of business’ roadblock

Ø  NCDEX launches gold delivery centre in Hyderabad

Ø  Sebi plans new outsourcing policy for exchanges, key entities

Ø  Nikkei takes over Asia Markit PMI series sponsorship from HSBC

Ø  FII limit in G-secs to be revised twice a year: Rajan

Ø  Sun TV moves apex court against ED attaching its assets

Ø  Finally, national number portability rolls out today

Ø  Lupin buys Russia-based Biocom

Ø  Sundaram Mutual puts entry barrier for high-risk schemes

Ø  Cabinet clears common norms for all skill development schemes

Ø  RBI says economy recovering, exposure to Greece limited

Ø  Rs50,000 cr irrigation scheme cleared to boost agriculture

Ø  DIIs’ equity investment in June quarter at a record high

Ø  Rajesh Exports may buy European firm for up to $500 million

Ø  India in talks with ADB, World Bank for $2 bn loan for PGCIL

Ø  Copper market weighed down by surplus

Ø  Greece must reform before debt relief: IMF chief

Ø  Reliance Power gets 5/25 relief for two thermal projects

Ø  Mobile cos to roll out national MNP today

Ø  Monsoon will be normal in July; sticking to our forecast: Skymet

Ø  Essar created ‘corporate veil’ to conceal holding in Loop Telecom: CBI

Ø  Ratan Tata joins Jungle Ventures as Special Advisor

Ø  Rate cut fails to boost India consumer sentiment: Survey

Ø  PE investments up 80% to over $4b in Q2, 2015

Ø  Govt allocates Rs 200 cr for national agri market

Ø  Capgemini’s $4b deal to acquire IGATE gets CCI nod

Ø  Dalmia Cement Bharat forays into Maharashtra

Ø  Birla Corp plans to raise cement capacity to 15 mt

Ø  SBI sees rates remaining steady till credit growth moves up

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