Morning News Round-up:

Ø  RBI to relax rules on bad loans to calm investors

Ø  Robust sales in India help auto companies to beat global slowdown 

Ø  Govt may allot 15 blocks to PSUs for commercial mining

Ø  EU designs permanent outer circle to keep Britain in

Ø  BP reports biggest annual loss, announce job cuts

Ø  RBI to buy back govt securities worth Rs 20,000 crore

Ø  Transaction tax, shorter trading hours bog Indian market, says government committee

Ø  RBI keeps repo rate unchanged at 6.75%

Ø  Swiss surprise may spoil India’s hunt for black money

Ø  Rajan puts the ball in Jaitley’s court

Ø  Sahara to sell Grosvenor House to Qatar

Ø  Govt may announce incentives for solar projects in Budget

Ø  Sebi begins review of risk management, delivery systems at commexes

Ø  Japan’s agricultural exports climb 21.8% in 2015

Ø  India being viewed as a beacon of growth, says Rajan

Ø  Commerce Minister talks with EPCs on ways to boost exports

Ø  Indonesia working on rice import deal with India

Ø  ‘Make in India initiative, a good opportunity for US cos’ 

Ø  Birla Corp-Lafarge India deal for cement units, brands off

Ø  National Pension System has 1.15 crore subscribers now

Ø  RBI eases India startup rules with exit option for foreigners

Ø  Suzuki sees Toyota’s Daihatsu buyout as serious threat in India, other markets

Ø  Coal India said to buy back shares worth at least $368 mn from govt: report

Ø  Govt objects to Raghuram Rajan’s statement on fiscal policy

Ø  Govt may ask banks for at least $295 million in back-taxes

Ø  RBI policy broadly in line with market expectation: FinMin

Ø  ‘Slow GDP recovery may change govt’s policy stance’

Ø  Metal stocks drag Sensex to end 286 points down, Nifty settles at 7,455

Ø  India’s growth cycle appears to be holding up: Nomura

Ø  RBI on wait and watch mode on 7th Pay Commission

Ø  RBI to create enabling framework for growth of start-ups

Ø  EPFO, PFRDA unveils norms on outsourcing

Ø  MF experts expect RBI to add firepower to bond markets

Ø  CAD will remain well contained & easily financed: RBI

Ø  RBI expects retail inflation to ease to 5% by March 2017

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