Business Headlines 9th Sept, 2015

Economic Times

Business Standard
Ø  Wall St jumps 2 per cent as China gains fuel global rally
Ø  Indian economy sees 'firming growth', says OECD
Ø  EU approves GE's Alstom buyout, with conditions
Ø  'India's diamond industry hit by falling Chinese demand'
Ø  Hindustan Unilever to sell Modern Bakery
Ø  BSE streamlines OFS bidding process for investors
Ø  Cabinet may decide on FDI route for white label ATMs

Ø  India to grow at 7% in FY15, CAD to remain low: Moody's
Ø  NPA crisis to continue for another two-three years: E&Y survey
Ø  Raghuram Rajan meets DEA Secy; discusses macro issues
Ø  PM asks industry to take risk, boost investments; India Inc wants rate cut
Ø  Govt considers safeguard duty on steel after import surge
Ø  Marble importers-hawala operators nexus alerts FinMin
Business Line

Ø   FTIL case: CLB adjourns hearing to Sept 21
Ø   India Inc pitches for strong dose of monetary easing to boost economy 
Ø  Units using hazardous chemicals must take insurance
Ø  Commexes’ turnover jumps 17.55% to Rs. 29 lakh cr in April-August 
Ø  Pipavav Shipyard faces opposition from vendors over dues 

Ø  Mahindra said to be close to purchase of Pininfarina
Ø  FII outflows: India behind only Japan, South Korea in Asia
Ø  Hindalco says aluminium prices seen rising next year on China boost
Ø  Adani’s deal with Avantha for Korba may fall through
Ø  IVRCL to sell Rs1,000 crore assets to pare debt
Ø  Real estate slowdown takes a toll on domestic steel industry
Financial Express

Financial Chronicle
Ø  Sensex closes 424 points up as PM meets India Inc over global economic turmoil
Ø  JSW Energy buys Jaiprakash power assets for Rs 9,700 cr
Ø  China exports fall 6.1 per cent, import tumbled by 14.3 per cent
Ø  Swiss govt discloses new name in black money probe

Ø  India begins probe to impose safeguard duty on steel imports
Ø  India needs to create jobs for rapid pace of GDP growth
Ø  Three foreign funds eject before Amtek Auto crash
Ø  US govt finds no violations in H1-B visa case: Infosys
Ø  Gold continues to be highly productive portfolio asset

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