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Economic Times Headlines 11th August 2015

Business Standard
Ø  Govt may not link gold monetisation scheme with CRR

Ø  Govt to announce new gas price formula: Oil Minister

Ø  Government approves 17,000-crore highways upgradation projects

Ø  Rlys arm to issue Rs 6,000 cr tax-free bonds

Ø  Govt bonds over-subscribed; FIIs pump in Rs 974 cr

Ø  Foxconn's decision to invest in India ruffles Chinese media

Ø  ABD calls off buyout talks with Tilaknagar Industries

Ø  Govt lists GST Bill for passage in Rajya Sabha today

Ø  Centre set to seek Rs 426 cr in damages from Nestle

Ø  Asset quality pressures to continue for a few more quarters

Ø  RBI intervenes more through forwards in foreign exchange market

Ø  Indonesia urges US Fed to hurry up and raise interest rates

Ø  Back to the future: Nokia prepares for mobile comeback

Ø  Govt caps kerosene subsidy at Rs 12/ltr, LPG at Rs 18/kg

Business Line

Mint
Ø  Greece, creditors ‘close’ to deal on third bailout

Ø  Poland woos Indian firms to set up manufacturing facilities

Ø  Vedanta resumes mining operations in Goa after 3 years

Ø  Persuading States for single tax structure on bio-fuels: Oil Min

Ø  State Bank, Sun Pharma, Tata Steel results today

Ø  Chambal Fertilisers’ net jumps 81% on higher sales

Ø  Wockhardt’s profitability rises in Q1 but US FDA’s go-ahead remains critical

Ø  Shapoorji Pallonji raises Rs.2,610 crore in largest infra refinancing deal

Ø  Videocon to roll out 4G mobile services by year end

Ø  Lanco lenders to acquire Teesta Hydro Power by converting debt to equity

Ø  J&K Bank Q1 profit rises 22%

Financial Express

Financial Chronicle
Ø  Sensex ends 135 points on GST worries, ONGC top loser

Ø  Recovery in corporate earnings several quarters away

Ø  Airtel reduces prices for new broadband customers by up to 30%

Ø  Adani Ports Q1 net profit up 13 per cent at Rs 641 crores

Ø  FPIs go slow on corp bonds, await gilt limit hike

Ø  Gujarat's all 4 discoms get A+ rating for 2013-14

Ø  Sadbhav Engineering bags Rs 1,557-cr projects from NHAI

Ø  Japan marks biggest H1 gain in current account surplus since 2010

Ø  New premium gas pricing policy for deepwater blocks soon.

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