Morning News Round-up:

Ø  Indian, foreign cos announce huge investments

Ø  M&A deals jump 25% to near record-high at $37 billion

Ø  John Kerry calls for greater Indo-US economic ties

Ø  PVR set to buy Chennai-based co Sathyam Cinemas

Ø  ED issues summons to PIA in forex violations case

Ø  100% FDI in rail infra: Investors in wait-and-watch mode

Ø  ‘Govt should consider separate ministry for NRIs’

Ø  Reliance announces Rs 1 lakh cr investment in 12-18 months

Ø  Double whammy for steel firms: Rising imports, dipping exports

Ø  31 MoUs signed on day one of Vibrant Gujarat Summit

Ø  WTO chief to visit India, govt eyes food security solution

Ø  Adani group signs MoU with Australia’s Woodside Energy

Ø  Commodity correction to boost earnings of FMCG cos

Ø  World Bank President lauds Modi govt’s policy measures

Ø  Oil regulator to submit gas premium formula by Jan-end

Ø  MCX crude mini gains traction, logs Rs. 1,480 cr turnover in 4 days

Ø  CBI mulls option of closing probe into Tata Realty-Unitech deal

Ø  Welspun Renewables to invest Rs. 8,300 cr in Gujarat

Ø  Garment industry faces payment crisis     

Ø  Tech Mahindra acquires SOFGEN to boost banking business

Ø  Vedanta explores merging Cairn, Hindustan Zinc: Anil Agarwal

Ø  No Ukraine summit without progress on peace plan, Merkel tells Putin

Ø  Suzlon plans Rs24,000 cr investment in Gujarat, says Tulsi Tanti

Ø  USL minority shareholders okay Diageo deal with slim majority

Ø  Govt stake dilution is not enough for Basel III: RBI

Ø  Poor land valuation resulting in black money in Delhi: CIC

Ø  Perks in Infosys, HCL Tech, others get fancy; top talent gets iPhones, Mercedes

Ø  Market outlook: Q3 results, macro economic data to dictate stock markets

Ø  AAI to decide on credit line to SpiceJet today

Ø  World Bank projects 6.4 pc economic growth in India

Ø  Adani Group signs $4 billion MoU with SunEdison

Ø  FIIs start new year with dumping shares worth Rs 1,700 cr

Ø  Promoters to meet on Jan 19 to decide future of TTL

Ø  Quicker reforms, lower oil prices could lift GDP in FY16

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