Economic Times 3rd September 2015

Economic Times 3rd September 2015

Business Standard 
Ø  India among top 5 sovereign EM debt issuers: Moody's
Ø  'OPEC oil output in Aug falls on Iraq disruption'
Ø  FMC to be merged with Sebi from September 28
Ø  Jet Airways to merge its weak-performing arm Jet Lite
Ø  Fed missed rate-hike opportunity: Bill GrossNext
Ø  12 mths to be challenging for realtors: Moody’s

Ø  Cabinet okays revenue sharing for oil & gas
Ø  Singapore wealth fund GIC to invest $300 mn in DLF projects
Ø  UP sugar mills to get booster shot of Rs 3,200 cr
Ø  Indian banks face broader capital challenges, says Fitch
Ø  Last date for e-filing of I-T return extended to Sept 7
Ø  Tata Motors' Sanand plant to roll out first non-Nano model in December
Business Line

Ø  India seeks WTO members’ views on steel import norm
Ø  European Commission approves Shell’s purchase of BG Group
Ø  India's wind energy potential estimated at 302 GW
Ø  CLB adjourns hearing on Financial Tech case to Sept 8
Ø  PTC India seeks shareholders’ nod to pay 22% dividend

Ø  Foxconn plans spend up to $1 billion on India start-ups
Ø  Welcome to quantitative tightening as $12 trillion reserves fall
Ø  Jim Rogers exits India, says one can’t invest just on hope
Ø  $250 billion opportunity to invest in renewables: Piyush Goyal
Ø  India is on an extremely slow path to economic recovery: Report
Financial Express

Financial Chronicle
Ø  Sensex falls for 3rd day in a row, ends 243 points down, Nifty closes at 7,717
Ø  Oil prices extend losses on US oil inventory, manufacturing data
Ø  Cabinet clears extension of compensation part of Land Act to 13 other central laws
Ø  SAIL to spend Rs 7,500 cr on modernisation, expansion

Ø  RBI's new base rate formula to push banks to cut rates more
Ø  Hedge funds slip as markets plumb new depths in August
Ø  PFRDA asks intermediaries to comply with FATCA rules
Ø  Snapdeal acquires Silicon Valley startup Reduce Data
Ø  Monsoon deficit not to impact sales, says Tata Motors

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