Morning News Round Up 20 Nov

Ø  SEBI approves new insider trading rules

Ø  ‘India to pay Iran $400 million frozen oil money’

Ø  Morgan Stanley sees Petrobras scandal write-offs of up to $8.1 billion

Ø  ‘Obama to announce immigration order on Friday’

Ø  India Post eyes $9 billion e-commerce business

Ø  RInfra seeks Haryana government help to tackle issues at toll plaza

Ø  Govt issues draft guidelines for coal auction

Ø  India to replace BIPA with a new pact to protect investments

Ø  PowerMin approaches DoD to defer NHPC stake sale

Ø  US drug regulator’s surprise inspection at Dr Reddy’s Vizag unit

Ø  HC bars co-operative societies from banking business without RBI nod

Ø  Sebi de-recognises Delhi Stock Exchange

Ø   Govt to allocate Rs. 1,500 cr fund for shipbuilding

Ø  JSW Steel, Cevital submit final bids for assets of Italy’s Lucchini

Ø  Fitch rates NTPC’s proposed $2-bn notes secure

Ø  Axis Bank to increase unsecured retail portfolio

Ø  Mumbai top investment destination among UAE-based Indians

Ø  India extends $75 million credit line to Fiji

Ø  Bank of Japan stands pat despite grim GDP, maintains stimulus

Ø  Bharti Airtel’s Africa mobile tower sale to include Tanzania, Malawi

Ø  Keen to enter India but high import duty roadblock: Tesla

Ø  NTPC hits foreign debt market with $500 million issue

Ø  DLF moves SC to seek Rs 580-crore penalty exemption

Ø   Re-allocation of 74 coal blocks to begin Feb 11

Ø  FII investments via P-Notes surges to USD 43 billion in Oct

Ø  India Post eyes $9 billion e-commerce business; live tracking, SMS info soon

Ø  Anand Mahindra gets nod to sell Australia-made Gipps airplanes in India

Ø  OECD raises India growth outlook, urges reforms

Ø  FIIs hike stake in Infosys to 42.67% in Jul-Sep quarter

Ø  Trade body asks members to curb sales of gold coins and bars

Ø  India-US trade meet on Nov 25; IPR, market access on agenda

Ø  India headed for capex revival, $360b in orders: BofA

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