27 January 2K16 Economic Times

27 January 2K16

Economic Times
Ø  Don't mess with yuan, China warns star investor George Soros
Ø  Mfg activity falls to one year low in Jan: SBI Index
Ø  Persistent eyes $1 bn revenue, focus on acquisitions
Ø  Cartel hoarding dal stocks abroad to jack up prices: IB
Ø  Gold jumps to 12-week high as equities and oil tumble
Ø  Germany to invest 130 bn euro on defence: Sources

 Business Standard
Ø  Chinese banks face more risk amid volatility: Moody's
Ø  World steel output falls 2.8% in 2015; first decline since 2009
Ø  Govt mulls coastal economic zones to boost manufacturing
Ø  Huge sell-off wipes out Rs 7.9 lakh cr from investor wealth in Jan
Ø  Oil rises further above $30 on hopes of deal to tackle glut

Business Line
Ø  Global fight against corporate tax avoidance takes off
Ø  11 Cos object NSAI’s support for cotton seed price regulation
Ø  Unit-2 of Kundankulam Nuclear plant to be commissioned shortly
Ø  Wider deficit carries risk of delay to rating upgrade: Report
Ø  India less vulnerable to external shocks: S&P
Ø  SPARC gets SEBI nod to mop up Rs. 250 crore via rights issue  

Ø  State-run oil firms plan refinery to rival Reliance
Ø  Munich Re to buy additional 23.37% stake in Apollo Munich for Rs163.50 crore
Ø  Godrej Properties enters Noida property market
Ø  Government bonds over-subscribed, FPIs bid worth Rs7,093 cr
Ø  Essel Finance inks last two deals from maiden realty fund

Financial Express                
Ø  Indian asset backed securities stabilised in 2015: Fitch
Ø  $9-billion, 36-plane Rafale deal moves a step closer
Ø  S&P: Indian economy less vulnerable to external shocks
Ø  RBI not in favour of giving special status to NAMCO
Ø  Mukesh, Anil Ambani welcome Padma Vibhushan to Dhirubhai Ambani
Ø  Get NOC for resale of over 10-year-old diesel cars outside NCR

Financial Chronicle
Ø  Realty firms discover an angel in PEs
Ø  Travel insurance gets a boost from unlikely corner - senior citizens
Ø  Rajan joins WEF task force on global financial system
Ø  Nalco may purchase only 15% this year
Ø  Anchor Electricals aims to be export hub for Panasonic