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Morning News Round Up 27 Oct 14

Ø  Crude oil’s slide a blow, not a boon to Asian refiners

Ø  Brokers may face joint-inspection by stock exchanges

Ø  Goa announces e-auction of 19 L MT of iron ore

Ø  M&A deals value involving Indian cos touch $4.7 bn

Ø  New rules soon for privatisation of airport operations

Ø  Sugar stocks fall by 25% at nearly 7 million tonnes

Ø  Swiss gold exports to India cross Rs 70K cr level
 
Ø  Builders allowed parallel bids for roads not taken

Ø  Sebi-DLF case may have wider ramifications for realty sector

Ø  India world’s 4th largest steel maker at 62.41 mn tonne in Jan-Sept

Ø  Coal unions to meet on Oct 31 against de-nationalisation

Ø  Govt makes CSR spending mandatory for public sector Cos

Ø  Exploring all options to recover loans from Kingfisher Airlines: Private Banks

Ø  ‘Cos having pact with CIL will have to transport 30% of coal by road’

Ø  Mutual fund investments in IT stocks hit all-time high of Rs. 31,834 cr in Sept

Ø  FIIs infuse $1.5 bn so far this month 

Ø  Vietnam wants more Indian oil exploration projects in South China Sea

Ø  ‘Separate’ licences for stevedoring, shore handling
 
Ø  Twenty-five banks fail ECB stress test, need to raise €25 bn

Ø  Protect workers’ interest in asset sale, UK union tells Tata Steel

Ø  Tata Motors raises $750 million in bond sale

Ø  SKS Microfinance results show it’s back in a sweet spot

Ø  Deutsche Bank braces for €1 billion in US, UK Libor fines

Ø  IMF sets 0.05% floor on interest rate on special drawing right

Ø  Electricity Act to get a facelift for reform

Ø  More Mutual Fund protest at AGMs

Ø  Indian pharma to gain from LatAm rule on generics

Ø  Russian boost for India’s dairy sector

Ø  Eureka! Big oil find near Ahmedabad

Ø  No softlanding in sight for $20-bn Rafale deal
 
Ø  Defence ministry clears projects of worth Rs 80,000 cr

Ø  TCS sees digital services as over $5-bn opportunity

Ø  Second quarter earnings to drive stock markets: Experts

Ø  Gas price hike: RCF to up price by 2-3% next month

Ø  Telcos may raise tariffs to pay for spectrum costs

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