Financial News 5th April 2016

Financial News
Economic Times
Business Standard
Ø  Widespread expectation of RBI rate cut on Tuesday
Ø  Panama: Govt sets up multi-agency probe team 
Ø  Climate change puts trillions of dollars at risk
Ø  'Renewables use could save $750 bn in Mideast, Africa'
Ø  Traders demand revisit of e-commerce FDI policy
Ø  India's February gold imports drop 34%: Report
Ø  Sell Asian currencies before it’s late: Goldman Sachs
Ø  Environmental concerns push demand for electric vehicles
Ø  Pharma market to lose Rs 647 cr from drug price ceiling
Ø  Blackstone to acquire Mphasis; deal size up to $1.1bn
Ø  Tata Steel reviews European operations for buyer of its UK facilities
Ø  Sebi likely to allow trading in weather derivatives
Ø  ArcelorMittal USA to secure up to $1 bn loan facility
Business Line
Ø  Crisil downgrades debt worth Rs. 3.8 lakh crore for FY'16
Ø  Modi asks Saudis to invest in power, defence; says GST about to happen
Ø  Fitch downgrades JSW Steel with negative outlook
Ø  HUL completes sale of its ‘Modern Bakery’ brand
Ø  Manufacturing growth hits 8-month high in March: PMI
Ø  Equitas Holdings mops up Rs. 652 cr from anchor investors
Ø  Adani considering to buy local SunEdison assets: report
Ø  Japan’s NTT Data buys Dell unit for $3.06 billion
Ø  Micro, small and medium industries worst hit in credit slowdown
Ø  Bankers to reject Vijay Mallya’s settlement offer
Ø  Govt calls for bids to review relevance of trade regulator DGFT
Ø  NTPC promises to meet West Bengal power demand
Financial Express                
Ø  Petrol price hiked by Rs 2.19 a litre, diesel by 98 paise per litre
Ø  Sensex rallies 130 points ahead of RBI monetary policy
Ø  Private sector investment to show improvement: FM Arun Jaitley
Ø  FM wants focus on irrigation projects for immediate results
Ø  Coal scam: Rungtas get 4 yrs jail, to pay Rs 5 lakh fine each
Financial Chronicle
Ø  Govt sets up multi-agency probe team on money stashed abroad
Ø  FM pitches for interest rate cut ahead of RBI policy
Ø  GDP growth to remain flat at 7.4% in FY17: HSBC
Ø  MF disclosure: investors will get more info
Ø  Finmin lines up 16 PSUs for disinvestments

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