Morning News Round Up :

Ø  US poised to slap record $9 bn fine on BNP Paribas

Ø  India, China set to sign MoU for Chinese industrial parks

Ø  Cancel broadband spectrum held by Reliance Jio: CAG

Ø  P-Notes investment hits $35 bn in May at 6-yr high

Ø  European Central Bank monitors impact of anti-deflationary measures

Ø  Monetise unproductive assets of PSUs: Arun Shourie 
Ø  Govt may hike plan outlay by Rs 11,000 cr in budget

Ø  Differential gold import levies may cost India $3 billion: PwC

Ø  GAIL extends Rs 3.89-cr relief compensation for explosion victims

Ø  India writes to Switzerland seeking info on secret accounts

Ø  FIPB to take up 31 foreign investment proposals on July 4

Ø  Fert Min exhausts funds, faces liquidity crunch to pay subsidy

Ø  BIS: Weakness continues in Europe’s banking sector 

Ø   Govt must provide funds to meet Basel 3 norms

Ø  ‘Competition from China is no longer a threat for BHEL’ 

Ø  SEBI warns against fraudulent regulatory calls 

Ø  Solar power likely to get top billing in Rail Budget 

Ø  June national rain average deficient by 42%: Skymet
Ø  Coal India not to be split: Piyush Goyal

Ø  Indian industry upbeat on growth prospects: CII survey

Ø  CCI imposes Rs1 cr fine on Thomas Cook, Sterling Holidays

Ø  RIL-fertilizer firms gas deal to remain in limbo over price

Ø  ONGC to invest Rs5,700 crore in Mumbai High North development

Ø  Opting for coal-based energy ‘wasteful approach’: IPCC

Ø  Govt to start consultations afresh on raising gas prices

Ø  Foreign Institutional Investors’s pour in Rs 32,000 cr in June

Ø  ‘Power Grid to invest Rs 5,800 cr on upgradation work in Gujarat’

Ø  Eyes on defence deals, Western powers rush to court India’s PM Narendra Modi

Ø  Realty space to get boost with rise in FDI: Report
Ø  RBI says India to implement US foreign tax compliance act

Ø  AUM-to-GDP ratio in India only 7%: PwC report

Ø  Stock market may see pre-budget rally this week 

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