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​Ø  SBI slashes bulk deposit rates by up to 1.9%

Ø  Corus buyout based on long-term strategy: Tata Steel

Ø  Sebi tightens promoter-investor profit sharing rules

Ø  30 banks join app-based national fund transfer system

Ø  Indian Oil plans expansion of refinery co-owned by Iran

Ø  All property records of Delhi just a click away

Ø  RIL takes 1st step to software biz with GE tie-up

Ø  Survey on Modi app: 93% support demonetisation

Ø  Currency in circulation dips 20% in week ended Nov 18

Ø  GST Council meet postponed by a week

Ø  Jan Dhan account deposits swell, mobilise Rs 21,000 cr

Ø  Central banker missing in action as India escalates war on cash

Ø  Report holds Hitachi responsible for debit card data theft

Ø  Euro zone manufacturing PMI 53.7 vs 53.3 forecast

Ø  SEBI’s start-up boost: allows 200 investors in a scheme

Ø  Sun Pharma to buy Russian firm Biosintez

Ø  There was no proposal to sell TCS to IBM: FC Kohli

Ø  Govt mulls allowing private cars to share rides

Ø  Cipla divests stake in US firm Chase Pharma to Allergan

Ø  Goldman forecasts deceleration in GDP growth to 6.8% in FY17

 Ø  Airtel launches India’s first payments bank

Ø  RBI governor Urjit Patel keeps a low profile amid note ban

Ø  Reliance Capital to sell stakes in radio and TV businesses to Zee Group

Ø  Wockhardt gets USFDA warning for violation of norms at UK facility

Ø  Reliance Jio fails to hit subscriber base of Airtel, Idea, Vodafone: analysts

Ø  BSE Sensex advances 90 points to end at 26,051.81, NSE Nifty finishes at 8,033.30

Ø  Morgan Stanley says US Fed rate hike to have negligible impact on Dalal Street

Ø  Corporates’ credit profiles to improve on sustained economic growth: Moody’s

Ø  Cabinet gives its nod to buy Dornier surveillance

 Ø  Digital automation will divide job market: Prabhu

Ø  Idea to expand 4G services to 20 circles this fiscal

Ø  New UK visa rules for non-EU nationals come in force today

Ø  Govt asks NABARD to disburse Rs 21K crore to farmers

Ø  Marginal rise in professional tax collection in 2015-16

Ø  Re set for record low as funds flee

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