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    Economic Times Headlines 7th Sept, 2015

    Economic Times

    Business Standard
    Ø  China, US Federal worries to keep markets on the edge
    Ø  Make in India push: Modi government keen to scissor red tape to attract FDI
    Ø  Yuan devaluation, Fed impact transient; real economy matters: Jaitley
    Ø  Saudis may follow UAE, cut fuel subsidies: Report
    Ø  Gender parity in workforce can boost India's GDP by 27%: Lagarde
    Ø  New poll shows UK would vote to leave EU

    Ø  Coal output on a high but demand dries up
    Ø  Competition norms compliance can prevent bad days for firms: CCI
    Ø  Call drops: TRAI to float paper on quality of service by cellular operators
    Ø  Textile industry wants govt to extend garment export benefit further
    Ø  Big opportunity in small & payment banks for IT firms: Nasscom
    Ø  EPFO likely to raise maximum insurance cover to Rs 5.5 lakh
    Business Line

    Ø   Govt pursuing loans from ADB, World Bank for smart cities
    Ø  Govt tightens norms for import, transport of ammonium nitrate
    Ø  AMFI to tweak MF ranking process, cut expense ratio
    Ø  Aurobindo, Hetero, Rane, Coca-Cola among 16 new units approved in TS
    Ø  BSE to launch roll-over facility in SLB on Monday
    Ø  Amara Raja to commission tubular battery plant in Chittoor by Dec

    Ø  G20 seals currency peace pact as China sets out bubble cleanup
    Ø  Idea Cellular seeks shareholders nod for raising up to Rs10,000 crore
    Ø  Bombay high court reduces number of Maggi noodles samples for test
    Ø  Sahara Mutual Fund struggles to find buyers
    Ø  Wockhardt to enhance R&D capabilities in drug innovation: MD
    Financial Express

    Financial Chronicle
    Ø  FPIs dump shares worth Rs 4,000 cr in just 4 trading sessions
    Ø  Top 10 Sensex companies see Rs 84,209 cr erosion in m-cap
    Ø  Finance Ministry may introduce MUDRA Bill in Budget session
    Ø  Diageo may not be able to recover $135 mn loan from Vijay Mallya firm

    Ø  China slowdown, Fed decision keep markets on tenterhooks
    Ø  MFs ask investors to look at short, medium term bond funds
    Ø  Precious metals await FOMC meeting outcome
    Ø  Excess production, fall in commodity markets push sugar price to new low
    Ø  RIL tests presence of natural gas in contentious discoveries

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