Economic Times 24th July 2015

24 July 2015
Economic Times

Business Standard
Ø  Govt to bring shipping containers under Make in India
Ø  Govt proposes to dilute RBI Guv's power; can't veto on policy rate
Ø  IMF warns Japan must avoid over-reliance on weak yen
Ø  After debt crisis, Greece now faces recession
Ø  Govt tapping overseas markets to push PSU stake sale
Ø  Reliance ties up with Singapore's Augur in defence biz
Ø  Japan's Nikkei to buy FT Group for $1.3 billion

Ø  RBI lifts restrictions on FIIs to buy shares in BoB
Ø  EPFO's investment in equity markets may go beyond 5%: Dattatreya
Ø  US jobless claims lowest since 1973
Ø  Lupin buys US generics firm Gavis for $880 mn
Ø  Iran eyes $185 billion oil, gas projects after sanctions
Ø  SEBI to bring algo trading guidelines in two months
Ø  74% Indians feel economy is doing well: Pew Research
Business Line

Ø   Wipro records 4% rise in Q1 net to Rs.2,190 crore 
Ø  7 Indian firms among world’s 500 largest companies:Fortune
Ø  Adani Ports raises $650 mn via dollar bond issue
Ø  SEBI-FMC merger process to be complete by Sept: Sinha
Ø  Biocon Q1 profits surge 23% at Rs 126 cr 

Ø  Unilever sales beat estimates as Latin America, China gain
Ø  Nestle’s $2.3 bn noodle mess perks up AIG to Allianz
Ø  Banks opt for offbeat tactics to tackle Rs3.1 tn of bad debts
Ø  UTI Mutual Fund revives IPO plans, seeks govt approval
Ø  Irdai seeks to limit insurers’ expenses
Financial Express

Financial Chronicle
Ø  RBI to maintain status quo on Aug 4: Morgan Stanley
Ø  Economic growth prospects dim on delays to reforms: Poll
Ø  Draft financial code proposes committee on policy rate
Ø  South Korea Q2 GDP growth worst in over 6 yrs as MERS, drought strike
Ø  Sun TV can participate in mock FM e-auction: High Court

Ø  Bajaj Auto Q1 net surges 37% to Rs 1,015 cr
Ø  TCS, Cognizant, Infy top employers in FY15: Nasscom
Ø  L&T Finance Holdings Q1 net profit rises 15%
Ø  GAIL Q1 net profit drops 32 pc at Rs 424.14 cr
Ø  Himatsingka Seide Q1 net profit up 93%
Ø  Alstom's proposed JV bags Rs 1,497cr contract from DFCCIL

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