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Morning News Round Up :

Morning News Round Up :

Ø  Former SAP executive Vishal Sikka set to be the new CEO of Infosys

Ø  RBI’s monetary policy review to dictate trend on bourses

Ø  FICCI delegation meets Finance Minister Arun Jaitley; suggests pre-budget measures

Ø  Sebi proposal can help govt get over Rs 50K cr via stake sale

Ø  US, India trade bodies highlight growth opportunities

Ø  Power generation rises 11% in April, beats target: CEA

Ø  Sebi-FMC merger talks back at North Block

Ø  RBI governor Rajan meets PM Narendra Modi

Ø  UBS pegs rupee at 55 on reforms boost by new govt

Ø  Shasun Pharma bets big on formulations in regulated markets

Ø  Sadananda Gowda hints at Govt allowing foreign capital in railways

Ø   Govt seeking inputs on 100% FDI in news media: Javadekar

Ø  Anti-dumping duty on a chemical imported from US, EU, Korea

Ø  ONGC seeks BCG’s help to tap into ‘mini-Bombay High’ in K-G basin

Ø  ‘Main focus of Govt will be on housing, public transport’

Ø  Mahindra Two Wheelers domestic sales rise 131% in May

Ø  Norwegian food major sees potential in India through the multi-local model

Ø  RIL rejigs investment portfolio; focus on bonds, deposits  

Ø  Expect status quo from RBI but stance may sound less hawkish

Ø  China official PMI hits 5-month high in May, boding well for Q2

Ø  DLF to raise Rs3,500 crore via office-asset backed securities

Ø  Kotak Mahindra Bank cuts promoter stake to comply with RBI norms

Ø  Carl Icahn says unaware of insider trading probe

Ø  Sebi, exchanges pitch for pension money in capital markets

Ø  Hero MotoCorp sales up 8 pct in May

Ø  HSBC securities registers for new FPI scheme

Ø  India aims for single window clearance for IT firms in China

Ø  Equity market outlook: Nifty June Future looking bullish; BHEL, Dish TV eyed

Ø  Economy seeing blue sky; time to focus on growth: Kamath

Ø  Losses on diesel dip to new low of Rs 2.80 a litre

Ø  RBI may maintain status quo in June 3 policy review

Ø  Indian forging industry eyes revival after slump

Ø  WB govt assured 155 mn shares belonged to them: IOC

Ø  CII seeks clarity on new cos law; suggest changes in CSR rules 

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