Economic Times Headlines 6th August, 2015

Economic Times Headlines 6th August, 2015
Business Standard
Ø  Oz court revokes green nod for Adani’s $7-bn project
Ø  India to be $5 trillion economy in 10 years
Ø  PSU banks to raise $17 bn to meet funding needs: FM
Ø  With crude at $50, oil companies fear deeper crisis than in the 1980s
Ø  RBI to facilitate oil payments of $ 6.5 bn to Iran
Ø  India's exports to Greece fall 15% on debt crisis: Govt
Ø  Sebi asks cos to make more disclosures about pledged shares
Ø  EPFO to hit stock markets on Thursday
Ø  Cabinet approves hiving off BSNL tower unit
Ø  Union Cabinet gives its nod to decentralise shipment of govt cargo
Ø  India might import 1,000 tonnes of gold in FY16
Ø  FSSAI trashes all-clear reports to Maggi from Goa, Mysore labs
Ø  Star exits Balaji; sells 26% stake for Rs 108 cr
Ø  Only 26% Indian companies have full- time chief compliance officers: survey
Business Line
Ø  Govt defers India-EU investment agreement talks
Ø  Tata Sons to acquire 2.18% in Titan
Ø  Cabinet approves direct release of wages to MGNREGA workers
Ø  BPCL draws up a roadmap to raise oil refining capacity
Ø  Ramco Cements Q1 net up nearly three fold at Rs. 95-cr
Ø  Airtel to go for basic ADR listing to woo US investors
Ø  Siemens Q3 net profit jumps 12-fold to Rs168.26 crore
Ø  India’s services PMI shows modest growth in July
Ø  Tata Power looking at buying stressed assets: Cyrus Mistry
Ø  India cancels EU trade talks over ban on GVK Biosciences drugs
Financial Express
Financial Chronicle
Ø  India will be third largest economy: G P Hinduja
Ø  FII inflows into equities turn positive in July
Ø  Inflation, US Fed to decide RBI's next policy move: Brokerages
Ø  Cognizant Technology revenue, profit beat estimates
Ø  Tata Steel completes UK business move
Ø  Marico Q1 net profit up 28% at Rs 238 crore
Ø  RBI can cut rate if inflation stays below 6%: Rajan
Ø  Sterling & Wilson eyes tapping solar power abroad
Ø  Deepak Fertilisers seeks to move up the value chain
Ø  Tata Chemicals Q1 net profit up 13% to Rs 153 cr
Ø  Mozambique needs greater Indian investment in oil, gas sectors
Ø  Bata to invest Rs 100 cr, sharpens digital focus

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