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14 Sept 2015
Economic Times

Ø  Sebi considering cross-currency futures pairs
Ø  FPIs dump shares worth Rs 7K cr from markets
Ø  Credit funds may face selling as default risks grow
Ø  Tata Steel Mega Leadership Walk in steel city, other parts
Ø  Punjab, Haryana receive scanty rains; deficit hovers at 40%
Ø  'IDBI ready to become a back office for other banks'
Ø  Punj Lloyd arms move HC for creditor arrangement
Business Standard

Ø  China unveils plans to reform state-owned firms as growth sputters
Ø  Irdai to make listing a must for large insurers
Ø  Aluminium industry leaders meet Jaitley, seek import duty hike
Ø  Govt may extend interest subsidy scheme for exporters by 3 yrs
Ø  Vedanta used Cairn loan to repay inter-company loan
Ø  Govt to auction 27 oil fields off Mumbai, 15 in KG basin
Business Line

Ø  Fed rate hike or not, Indian economy is unfazed, says former RBI Dy Governor
Ø  BSE to offer multi-legged order entry in currency futures from Monday
Ø  Vivimed Labs to divest specialty chemicals biz forRs. 380 cr
Ø  NSE adopts annulment policy to check frivolous trades
Ø  Spectrum trading norms a forward looking move: Vodafone
Ø  Income Tax refunds to be sent to taxpayers in 7-10 days
Mint

Ø  The Lehman effect on Indian banks
Ø  JK Group to buy Kesoram’s Haridwar tyre unit for Rs.2,200 cr
Ø  Air bag makers eye $2 billion opportunity in India
Ø  Indiabulls Housing Finance raises Rs.3,997 cr
Ø  Tamil Nadu signs pacts for more than Rs2 trillion
Ø  Oil could plunge to $20 a barrel amid global glut: Goldman Sachs
Financial Express

Ø  China economic growth sputters in August, more support measures seen
Ø  Utility debts threaten PM Narendra Modi's power-for-all drive
Ø  Naidu seeks Congress support for passage of GST Bill
Ø  Donald Trump buys NBC’s half stake of Miss Universe Organisation
Financial Chronicle
Ø  Textile sector seeks fresh impetus
Ø  Macro data points, global leads to dictate market trend
Ø  Best opportunity for RBI to cut rates: Economists
Ø  McDonald's India to double outlets with Rs 750 cr investment
Ø  Tea exporters are looking at new markets to brew better earnings

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