Morning News Round – Up 17 Nov 14

Ø  JSW Energy to buy JP Hydropower assets for Rs 9,700 cr 

Ø  Record $23.4 billion deals signed at China’s airshow

Ø  India Inc’s quarterly numbers below expectations: Analysts

Ø  G20 backs Modi’s strong pitch for repatriation of black money

Ø  The $375 bn Europe wants to invest but doesn’t have

Ø  ONGC to invest Rs 10,600 crore in western offshore fields

Ø  Bitcoin club loses steam; market value tanks over $5-bn
Ø  Docomo looks at arbitration option to exit Tata Tele

Ø  G20 leaders vow to boost global GDP by over $2 trn

Ø  New insider trading norms on anvil, delisting to get easier

Ø  India, Nepal to sign deal for 900 MW power project

Ø  Bank deposits grow at 12% to Rs 81 lakh cr in Q2 FY15

Ø  India, EU to sign civil nuclear pact by next year

Ø  Just 1/5th of Indian firms registered for manufacturing business

Ø  ITC wind farms in AP caught in ‘cross fire’

Ø  Cost cutting pushes MCX profit up 7%

Ø  DLF to unveil realty investment trust in 2015

Ø  Insurance to become costlier in cyclone-prone areas 

Ø  Lanco Infratech posts Rs527-cr loss 

Ø  MFs exposure to software stocks hits record-high in Oct
Ø  Nasdaq tops trade volumes, NSE pushed to 2nd spot

Ø  Reversal of fortunes at Reliance Communications in September quarter

Ø  Videocon Industries Sep quarter profit falls to Rs1.34 cr

Ø  GMR Infra September quarter loss widens to Rs610 cr

Ø  MCX approaches SEBI for retaining stake in MCX-SX, MCX-SX CCL

Ø  Top 7 companies add Rs 36,840.41 cr in market valuation; ITC shines

Ø  First dissent on gas price, Gujarat firm demands higher rates
Ø  FinMin review meeting with chiefs of PSU banks, FIs on Nov 20

Ø  Don’t make fortune out of poor: Rajan to micro lenders

Ø  Centre wants a fresh look on low GST threshold

Ø  Trai may submit views on spectrum pricing in 15 days

Ø  GMR Infra net loss widens to Rs 610 cr for Sept quarter

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