Morning News Round-up:

Ø  Moody’s pegs India’s growth at 7.5% for next two years

Ø  Sebi notifies exit route for dissenting investor

Ø  Venezuela inflation hits 180.9%, GDP down 5.7%

Ø  RBI turns down NBFCs’ plea to sale NPS

Ø  OUIDF approves nine projects worth Rs 905.19 cr for ULBs

Ø  India is relatively less exposed to external headwinds: Moody’s

Ø  Govt considers ‘bad bank’ proposal despite doubts

Ø  Invetment commitments worth Rs 15 lakh cr received during Make In India Week

Ø  Digital agri market platform to be launched on April 14: PM Modi

Ø  Pharma companies increase investments in biotech segment

Ø  Government to come out with new textiles policy by April

Ø  Cairn India can’t export excess crude: Centre tells HC

Ø  Mumbai to get nation’s 2nd International Finance Centre 

Ø  Govt expects Rs 30,000 cr investment in 74 textile parks 

Ø  Cipla completes $550 mn acquisition of two US firms

Ø  Discount broker SAMCO forays into margin funding 

Ø  Slag cement to build highways can be game changer: Gadkari

Ø  NTPC arm ties up with German institutes for solar power research

Ø  PE/VC fund managers cheer move to allow pension funds to invest in AIFs

Ø  Coal India, world’s top coal miner, told to reform as import costs plunge

Ø  Tata Steel sweetens employee separation plan, number of retirees jump

Ø  Nestle sales rise at slowest pace in 6 years on Asian weakness

Ø  Sebi forms panel to refund Rs49,000 crore to PACL investors

Ø  Sensex ends 267 points up, Nifty50 settles at 7,192; Dr Reddy’s, Hindalco gain

Ø  FM may stretch fiscal deficit target to 3.8% in FY17: HSBC

Ø  Gold price falls on muted demand, global cues

Ø  MFs bullish on IT stocks; exposure at record high

Ø  Quick Heal Technologies shares down over 15% on debut

Ø  Moody’s pegs India’s GDP growth at 7.5% in 2016, 2017

Ø  Govt to buyback Rs 15,000 crore worth of bonds

Ø  Irdai norms to ensure no forced sale of home cover

Ø  Group of ministers discusses draft aviation policy

Ø  Pincon acquires Singapore Co to tap SE Asian markets

Ø  Committed to India as long-term investor: Vodafone

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