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Morning News Round Up :

Morning News Round Up :

➢  Infosys Europe revenue cross $ 2 billion for 1st time 

➢  Pfizer mulls $100 bn bid for AstraZeneca: Report

➢   US fund managers warn of risks from Western sanctions against Russia

➢  GM to invest $12 bn in China and plans more plants 

➢   Reliance Cap highest bidder for 24% FTIL stake in MCX

➢   Govt to form Nuclear Insurance Pool to address liability issue   

➢   Telecom may gain as DoT is recalculating 1x spectrum fee

➢   Ranbaxy’s journey as a co. to end after merger with Sun

➢   Govt to continue Rs 3,300 per tonne sugar export subsidy for April-May

➢   ‘Sebi norms on related party deals would pose difficulties’

➢   NMDC devises short-term plan for Tanzania gold project

➢   Hind Copper yet to secure NBW nod for mine expansion  Business Line

➢   FIIs invest $1.3 bn in equities so far this month 

➢   RIL divests 30% stake in Peru oil block

➢   Corporate governance: SEBI raises the bar with more stringent requirement

➢   US registers 32% jump in graduate applications from India

➢   Realty developers banking on post-election stable govt 

➢   Aviva shortlists 3 insurers for 26% stake sale in Indian JV     

➢  ONGC Videsh’s crude oil output jumps 26% in 2013-14

➢   Mid-cap capital goods companies discounting recovery ahead

➢   Air India to raise bridge loan of $500 million for buying 4 Dreamliners

➢   Teva’s bid to block generic copaxone rejected

➢   CIL drops plans to enter shipping business  Financial Express

➢   Treasury contributes over 40% to RILs’ Rs 22K cr FY14 profit

➢   EPFO to allot permanent A/c No to active subscribers by Oct 15

➢   NTPC frames new policy to weed out unprofessional vendors

➢   Raise IT slab from Rs 2 lac to Rs 5 lac, demands Arun Jaitley   

➢   Results to rule stock market amid derivatives expiry this week

➢   Scale, frugal costing help Reliance Retail’s turn-around

➢   Future Lifestyle Fashions to tap overseas markets with brands

➢   Godrej in talks with global designers for stylish furniture

➢   Indian MFs more reliant on liquid funds than peers

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